In recent weeks, the British games industry announced a new tax break. The European Commission approved the incentives, which offers game developers up to 25 per cent tax relief on four-fifths of their costs.
So where does this leave Ireland? As it stands, Ireland has dozens of small, indigenous game start-ups, and a handful of bigger, foreign companies, most of which are employing people in customer service roles, including the American giants Electronic Arts (EA) and...
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