TIGA seeks to discover the impact of piracy on the UK games development and digital publishing sector

By February 18, 2013 Press Releases

TIGA,
the trade association representing the UK games industry, is investigating the
scale of piracy and the extent of its impact on games developers and digital
publishers.

TIGA
is urging companies involved in the gaming sector to complete a survey which
aims to ascertain the scale of the problem. The survey also seeks attitudes
towards peer-to-peer sharing, piracy on Android and whether enough is being
done to tackle it.

Dr
Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO, said:

“Many
UK developers have taken the initiative and adopted new business models to deal
with the issue of piracy. However, platforms are changing, creating fresh
challenges in the process. I hope that UK developers and digital publishers can
complete the TIGA survey on piracy and so enable TIGA to accurately represent
the views of the industry to policy makers.”

The
survey can be found at:
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1077205/TIGA-Privacy




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