Codemasters' games developer calls tax breaks unrealistic
One of Britain's big video game developers says the UK games industry does not need tax breaks.
Tiga - the UK games development trade body - has been calling for reduced taxation to help them compete with foreign firms.
But Codemasters' Rod Cousens told Daniel Emery that it is unrealistic to expect special treatment in the current economic climate.
A full report is being broadcast on Show Me The Money at 2130 on Sunday 15 May on the BBC News Channel.
14 May 2011
- From the section Technology