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GamesIndustry.Biz relaunches as GamesIndustry International

Eurogamer-owned trade site GamesIndustry.Biz has relaunched ahead of GDC this week, showing a brand new design. The site now incorporates IndustryGamers, the US trade site EG Network bought last year. GI editor Matt Martin will look after the European side with Dan Pearson, Matthew Handrahan and Rachel Weber, while IG editor James Brightman will take […]

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Gamesindustry.biz headlines

  • GI.biz to relaunch in UK and US, drop forced registration

    Trade side GamesIndustry.biz will drop its requirement for registration this month, and is to relaunch with editorial and sales in both the US and UK.

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  • Weber and Handrahan join GI

    Rachel Weber and Matthew Handrahan have taken staff writer position on Eurogamer Network’s GamesIndustry.biz. Weber joins the site after five yeasr on Future’s OPM, while Handrahan was most recently Features Editor on gamesTM. “Rachel and Matthew are both experienced journalists who share our passion for the business of video games, and I know they will […]

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  • Martin named new GI editor

    Matt Martin’s been named the new editor of GamesIndustry.biz, promoted from dep ed. He replaced Phil Eliott, who now moved into a managing editor role. Martin’s been with the site since 2006. There’s more through the link.

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  • Sony: "We like to provide as many services as possible for free"

    Speaking to GI at Games Convention last week, Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida said that “free” is the way to go for PS3 and PSP services. “We like to provide as many services as possible for free – we already provide our network access for gameplay for free – and the interesting thing about […]

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  • Rough PS3 launch year third-party support was down to "miscalculation", says Yoshida

    Speaking to GI, new Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has put lacklustre third-party support in PS3′s launch year down to the fact that developers tried to port 360 games over to the platform and didn’t do their sums properly. “They must have been planning, thinking they have enough time, to port the second game […]

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  • Sony dev boss Yoshida gives first interview since replacing Harrison

    GI’s got what we’re pretty sure is the first interview with Shuhei Yoshida, Phil Harrison’s replacement as president of Sony worldwide studios. It’s the first part of two, apparently, and the stand-out bit’s a comment passing off the Getaway and Eight Day closures as “normal”. “As you might know, starting and cancelling projects is just […]

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  • GamesIndustry.biz launches Network

    GI’s launched its Network social tool thing, and very nice it is too. Not shit in any way, from the look of it. Valuable, even. There are people on there we actually would want to speak to. Good work. Look. Sign up, if you’re in the “biz”. Press release after the link.

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  • Registration opens for GamesIndustry.biz Network

    GI’s opened registration for the GamesIndustry.biz Network, a trade social networking “thing” that plans to get you together with other games professionals. Provided you’re a games professional, obviously. From the site: Unlike other social networks, it’s not just about talking to your existing contacts. It’s an opportunity to get in touch with new people across […]

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  • GI.biz Career Fair dated for October

    The GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair will be held on October 28-29 in London, according to this. The event’s been renamed from the London Games Career Fair of the past two years, a change made to better align the site’s recruitment focus with the event itself, editor Phil Elliott told us this afternoon. More than 2,000 people […]

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