24 August 2023
WE HAVE LAUNCHED A NEW WEBSITE
What has changed and why?
We decided it was time to give non-members a peek behind the curtain, showing you in more depth, what it is we do here at MGI.
Rather than just change what was accessible to you on our old website, we took the opportunity to create a new look website, one that suits us a little better (we think).
Access to some of our past Policy Briefs, from the years 2020-2022.
Previously these briefs would have only been available to our members, but we have taken the decision to release some that are over a year old. We create these Policy Briefs on a regular basis to give our members a quick and efficient way to digest new global policy in the Mobile Games Industry (and beyond), what it means for their business and how they can prepare. We don’t just parrot the details, we dive in deep and give you our own, expert insight on the subject.
Archived MGI Forum Submissions.
The selection of Submissions we are publishing have always been available in the public domain (we have not included any made anonymously), but we decided to upload them on the site to give them one central location. Here you can quickly see our Forum activity and thoughts on each matter. When we make submissions, we speak on behalf of our member companies as a Forum, allowing them to have one unified, louder voice.
New updates page and a space for you to meet the team
We are always very busy here at MGI and are often travelling to events or to meet members, regulators, government bodies, other organisations and media. So we thought it was about time we update you on this and our other activities. In addition to this, you may be wondering who we are and what our background is, so we have created a section with a bit about each team member and the option to contact us if you wish.
What has been removed?
We have removed the News section for now, if you’d like to get the latest news roundup right to your inbox, subscribe to the mailing list from the updates page.
We’ve also removed the Research section, whilst our Research Briefs and the past research we have is still valid, we are working on conducting more and once we have that available, we will update the site to showcase this.
We really hope you will find everything you are looking for on the new site and if you’d like to know more, please just get in touch with us and we’ll respond quickly to get the conversation started.