Friday, 24 August 2012

TIGA press release on GCSE results

Since GCSE grade results came out yesterday in the UK (amidst the usual annual fanfare and newspaper headlines and coverage), TIGA (the trade association body for UK game developers) has released a press release on this, with another quote from myself in my capacity as a Bournemouth University academic and educator (similarly to the previously blogged one about A-level results). The press release focuses specifically on how the results (and of course current/future GCSE trends in general) relate to the domestic games development industry and presents TIGA's position on these matters.
The press release can be found in full here is well worth reading.

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