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9.3.2020 Pégases (France) Retrouvez l’intégralité de la première Cérémonie des Pégases, qui s’est tenue le lundi 9 mars au Théâtre de la Madeleine en présence de plus de 500 professionnels du jeu vidéo ! 27.4.2020 Deutscher Computerspielpreis 2020 #derDCP Der Deutsche Computerspielpreis (DCP) ist der wichtigste Preis für die deutsche Games-Branche und wird seit 2009 verliehen. […]

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You can find the SGDA&EGDF list that is updated constantly with new events here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IFj5kgytdfV2XKUAaEZHSDGtVe0H3eVkKl6XAtTxnI0/edit?usp=sharing Please do not hesitate to contact your local EGDF member assocation or EGDF COO Jari-Pekka Kaleva for getting access to the discount codes.

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IIDEA continues its mission to advocate for the Italian videogames industry by joining key European industry body Milan, Italy -June 23rd, 2020: IIDEA, the trade association representing the video games industry in Italy, is delighted to announce that it has joined the European Games Developer Federation(EGDF). EGDF is an umbrella organisation which unites major national […]

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UNICEF has published a set of recommendations for the games industry, designed to guide and support game developer studios and publishers through a process of incorporating child rights considerations throughout their business activities. “We welcome the UNICEF guidance document helping industry associations, formal and non-formal educational institutions and game developer studios and publisher to mainstream child right […]

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PEGI provides age classifications for video games in 38 European countries. The age rating confirms that the game is appropriate for players of certain age. PEGI considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty. More information on the PEGI age classifications system is available here: https://pegi.info  

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The PEGI System is based on a Code of Conduct – a set of rules to which every publisher using the PEGI system is contractually committed. The Code deals with age labelling, promotion and marketing and reflects the video games industry’s commitment to provide information to the public in a responsible manner. The Code of […]

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After the successful EGBG bringing extra financial resources for EGDF and due to increased workload, the board of EGDF has decided to open a call for tenders in order to get more resources for EGDF’s European level activities. EGDF is ready to invest 1000€ (including possible VAT) per month between June-December 2020, all together 6000€. In […]

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Do not hesitate to contact EGDF for your discount code for NG20+, the digital version of Nordic Game Conference. Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe (http://bit.ly/2k4OffI), and 2020 marks its seventeenth edition. Gathering thousands of industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for […]

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NEWS RELEASE The press release can be downloaded in a PDF format from here Brussels, 11 May 2020 European Game Developer Federation (EGDF) and Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE) have signed a code of co-operation with the objective of optimising support for the whole video games industry in Europe during the difficult times ahead […]

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At the end of March 2020, EGDF conducted a pan-European survey in order to have a rough idea of the business impact of the COVID 19 outbreak on the European games industry. EGDF received replies from 239 studios, about 5% of almost 5000 game developer studios in Europe. 

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