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Are you looking for a job in the European games industry. Please find below the most important national games industry job boards. Belgium: https://gamecareers.be and https://twitter.com/flegavzw Denmark: https://interactivedenmark.dk/job-board Finland https://gamesjobs.fi/ France: https://emploi.afjv.com/ Germany: https://gamesjobsgermany.de/ Ireland: https://gamedevelopers.ie/category/jobs-and-internships/ Netherlands/EU: https://gamejobs.eu/ Poland: https://www.skillshot.pl/ Serbia: https://sga.rs/en/jobs/ Slovakia: https://sgda.sk/#jobs Spain: https://stratos-ad.com/trabajo Sweden: https://www.facebook.com/groups/210893417094 UK: https://tiga.org/jobs

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26 January 2021 – An EY&GESAC study maps the shock waves of the COVID-19 crisis in European creative and cultural industries. The video games industry seems to be the only one to hold up, with revenues expected to increase by 9% in 2020. Already before the COVID 19 crisis, the video games markets experienced a […]

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In general Due to the talent shortage, the growth of the European games industry relies on migration The EU needs a new focus on talent attraction EU immigration rules should not be fully harmonised Five critical steps for building talent friendly immigration framework Building shared immigration services through embassy network of EU member states EU […]

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In general The free flow of data between the EU and third countries is crucial for European game developer studios.   The EDPB should focus on security measures instead of regional data access limitations. The EDPB Recommendation document should take a more risk-based approach European SMEs rarely have sufficient resources to case-by-case map and analyse laws […]

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In general EGDF fully agrees that in order to fight the fragmentation of global digital markets, a global solution is needed for digital taxation instead of regional ones. If the OECD agreement on Pilar One wants to avoid the fate of the agreement on EU-USA privacy shield and the agreement on International Safe Harbor Privacy […]

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EGDF and ISFE welcome the opportunity to submit a position paper in response to the consultation on an EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child whose objective is to strengthen the protection of children’s rights. Children are important holders of rights, as enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the EU […]

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EGDF represents European game developers on a European level, helping to build up policies that support the growth of the European game developer studios and foster the development of the entire digital ecosystem in Europe. On our Policy section from our website, we summarize all the key EGDF positions on different policy issues, mapping also […]

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7 October 2020 – The European Game Developers Federation (EGDF) continued its expansion, as SGA – the Serbian Games Association, joined EGDF.  “The addition of Serbian Games Association to EGDF is highly important for our mission of building a strong voice in Brussels for European game developers. We want to unite, to share best practices, […]

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Brussels, 5th October 2020 – Today, 26 organisations from across Europe’s cultural and creative sectors wrote to European Commissioners Thierry Breton (Internal Market) and Paolo Gentiloni (Economy) regarding the EU’s flagship investment programme InvestEU. The programme is facing severe cuts which could have a dramatic impact on the ability of cultural and creative businesses to […]

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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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