yearly archives: 2014

Press Release – Paris 15 December 2014 Green light from Brussels for the reform of the French Video Game Tax Credit: The French Video Games Trade Association (SNJV) welcomes the imminent entry into force of the new provisions. A key measure promoted by the SNJV since 2005 and adopted for the first time in Europe […]

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EGDF Supports Central European Games Conference (CEGC) in Wien 22.-25.1.2015   The Central European Games Conference (CEGC) actively supports exchange of ideas across national borders in the Central European region (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Switzerland) and brings together its games industry key players.  Members of EGDF’s member associations will have […]

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CREATIVE EUROPE The next call for Creative Europe will open in February 2015. HORIZON2020 The full list of all open Horizon2020 calls can be found here  and the list of all open calls in the the first Horizon2020 ICT call in 2015 here. ICT-37-2015/ODI: Horizon 2020 SME Instrument for ICT To who: Game developers with ambitious, but high risk ideas Any […]

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Horizon2020 and FP7 research projects supporting game development   This page is currently under construction. If you have a project, you would like to add on the list, please contact EGDF.   Digital games have been the drivers of innovation in multiple European research projects during last years. The success of these projects is best […]

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    [one_third]   Organisation: Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences Type: Non-profit organisation, higher education Country: Finland Research focus areas: Urban environment and culture New forms of games culture Children, youth, and elderly Mobile life and tablet nomads Virtual and augmented reality Games education on: Game artists Game designers Game producers Game programmers Contact:  http://games.metropolia.fi [/one_third][one_third] Organisation: Turku […]

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EGDF supports Mobile Games Forum (MGF) organised as part of Mobile Games Week 2015 in London. Members of EGDF’s member associations will have a 20% discount for conference  passes. If you are interested in obtaining the discount, please contact Jari-Pekka Kaleva (jari-pekka.kaleva@egdf.eu). . . . London gets set to host the first-ever London Mobile Games […]

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The European Games Developer Federation (EGDF), the umbrella association of GAME, TIGA, SNJV, DEV, Suomen pelinkehittäjät, Producentforeningen, Produsentforeningen and Spelplan-ASGD, strongly condemns the extreme attacks on and harassment of anyone based on their gender, sexual orientation, ethnic or social origin, language, disability, political or religious beliefs. We are appalled by the recent online assaults against, extreme harassment of and death threats […]

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The European Game Developer Federation (EGDF) has elected a new board  for the year 2014 – 15. Guillaume de Fondaumiere from SNJV, the French video game trade association, will continue his duty as president of the EGDF. De Fondaumière is the CEO of the Paris based game development studio Quantic Dream, known for its highly […]

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All200720092012201320142015201720182019BelgiumConsumer protectiondata protectionDenmarkFranceGermanyState aidUKVATAll          2007          2009          2012          2013          2014          2015          2017          2018          2019          Belgium          Consumer protection          data protection          Denmark          France          Germany          State aid          UK          VAT           VIEWTHE DOCUMENT2018 EU Game Law Germany Official EU State aidSA.51820 Video games support – North Rhine WestphaliaArt. 107(3)(d) TFEU – Culture and heritage, Direct grant, Loan/ Repayable advances: Decision not to raise objections VIEWTHE DOCUMENT2017 EU Game Law Official EU State aid UKSA.48362 UK Video games tax relief – [...]

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CREATIVE EUROPE Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for support to the culture and audiovisual sectors. Following on from the previous Culture Programme and MEDIA programme, Creative Europe, with a budget of €1.46 billion (9% higher than its predecessors), will support Europe's cultural and creative sectors. See the list of all projects getting [...]

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