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Tuesday April 15, 2014

Georgia Passes Law Giving $25M In Video Game Tax Breaks

It's a wonder more states don't do stuff like this to lure game studios into their area. Then again, after that whole 38 Studios mess, the video game industry is probably thrilled this is even happening at all.

Georgia state governor Nathan Deal signed a bill into law this morning that will provide $25 million in tax credits for video game developers in the region, according to a report published to the website of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.