Video Game Law Blog

June 09, 2005

The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have agreed to a deal with video game publishers, ending the threat of a strike by video game voice actors. The new 3 and a half year deal includes a 36% pay raise for voice actors and improved benefits, but the issue of residual payments was dropped to facilitate the deal. The deal has yet to be ratified by the unions.

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