To work with the games and interactive entertainment industry, including with its trade body UK Interactive Entertainment, to promote the industry's economic, technological and cultural contributions within Parliament.
1. ISFE (Interactive Software Federation Europe) - written evidence
30/01/2019 - Inquiry: Immersive and addictive technologies - Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee
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Found: TECHNOLGIES Executive SummaryISFE represents the video games industry in Europe and is based in Brussels,
Found: continue to be supported and recognised. ● Esports is a particular growth area globally, and the UK
Found: Independent Games Developers’ Association (TIGA) Introduction 1.1 TIGA is the network for games developers
Found: style games available via social media and app stores In the absence of solutions from the games industry
Found: gambling. As well as the acceptance and promotion of eSports as an actual sport which has prevented its growth
1. UK Video Games Industry: Contribution of Leamington Spa
09/03/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: of Leamington Spa to the creation of the UK video games industry.It is a pleasure to serve under - Speech Link
2. Streaming Platforms: Age Ratings
08/12/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: currently voluntary, we welcome their usage by video on-demand platforms. This includes an ongoing partnership - Speech Link
2: directive, the UK cannot regulate non-UK-based video on-demand services, does the Minister agree that - Speech Link
3: allow their young children to play 18-plus-rated video games than allow them to watch 18-plus-rated films - Speech Link
3. Video Games: Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
06/12/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: Recordings Act, games on physical media are referred to the Video Standards Council for classification if - Speech Link
2: Andy Burrows from the NSPCC, who said:“Any video game that trivialises or normalises child abuse - Speech Link
3: moment, the council has not effectively banned any video game, but its members are the professionals, set - Speech Link
4. Loot Box Call for Evidence: Government Response
21/07/2021 - Written Statements
1: about potential harms relating to loot boxes in video games seriously. That is why we are continuing to thoroughly - Speech Link
5. Football Attendances: VAR
17/03/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: to debate a non-life threatening matter such as video assistant referees and their impact on football - Speech Link
2: night is not helpful for fans trying to get to games. VAR is just another step down the road of pandering - Speech Link
3: fantastic speech. I have always been a big fan of video refereeing coming into football, but VAR is doing - Speech Link
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