Develop magazine is in a unique position at the games industry's heart, detailing the latest business, coding, art, sound and game design trends, and featuring interviews with the creative and commercial leaders in the field. The magazine is a community brand that allows people at all levels of the business to participate, from QA staff and would-be developers through to studio leaders and those in charge of the global development operations run by the world's biggest publishers.
GamesIndustry.biz is the market-leading online resource for news and information about the global videogames industry, covering all aspects of the interactive entertainment value chain from development through to retail.
Edge is relied on by both passionate gamers and industry professionals. Produced with incisive, intelligent writing, stunning design and a genuine love of gaming, it delivers unrivalled feature content, revealing interviews and the most trusted game reviews in the business, alongside the best recruitment and studio-focus sections both in print and online.
PocketGamer.biz is all about the industry, processes, technology and deals that drive the business that makes mobile games happen. From breaking industry stories and in-depth interviews with key executives and players to coverage of industry conferences and detailed analysis of mobile games metrics, if it makes a difference to the developers, publishers, operators, handset manufacturers, and service providers, then you can expect PocketGamer.biz to be on the case.
Since 1999, GameDev.net has been one of the leading online destinations for game developers. GameDev.net features industry news, thousands of articles, product reviews, a community marketplace, developer journals, and the most active developer forums you'll find anywhere.
Gamasutra is the largest independent web site devoted to the art and business of making games. It offers the latest breaking news on video games, much respected detailed features on the industry, the biggest video game job board anywhere, an in-depth contractors section, and much more. Growing rapidly since its 1997 launch, Gamasutra.com now reaches more than 650,000 game developers monthly.
Audio Media is a controlled circulation magazine for audio production professionals. It covers pro audio technology, technique, and business for the film, broadcast, music, games, and sound reinforcement markets. Audio Media is read worldwide, in monthly printed and digital versions, by qualified professionals.
The Association for United Kingdom Interactive Entertainment or Ukie (pronounced YOU-KEY) is a trade body that aims to support, grow and promote the whole of the UK’s games and interactive entertainment industry. Founded in 2010 (although formerly known as ELSPA), Ukie’s membership includes all the major UK and global games publishers and the best of UK development talent - from promising start-ups to some of the biggest, most successful studios operating in the UK today.
TIGA is the non-profit trade association representing the UK's games industry. Our members include independent games developers, in-house publisher-owned developers, outsourcing companies, technology businesses and universities. TIGA's vision is to make the UK the best place in the world to do games business. We do this through Government lobbying and maintain a voice in the corridors of power at both the Westminister and Scottish parliaments.
Now in its tenth year, Game Republic is the industry-led professional games business network for Yorkshire and the north of England. Game Republic organises monthly networking meetings in the region - which have featured companies such as Microsoft, Sony, BlackBerry, Unity, and Channel 4 - and also provides members with business development advice, essential contacts, educational partner links and discounts on services and events. www.gamerepublic.net