Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Realtime Worlds Could Move To Ireland

Realtime Worlds studio boss Colin MacDonald has commented on the Irish Tax Breaks for videogame developers is a very tempting offer that may see the developer uproot and move over to the Shamrock Island:
“If the package on offer in Ireland was attractive we’d have to give it serious consideration."

“Dundee is a great place to be based, one of the main hubs for ­computer games in Britain, but at the end of the day we’ve got to look after our bottom line.”
Source: HeraldScotland

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