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If not GAMEINN, then what? Other forms of financing the production of video games
Besides GAMEINN, there are other forms of financing for creators of video games. Their advantage is they can be obtained without the need for notification and waiting for the time-consuming proceedings in this regard by the Commission. As we mentioned, GAMINN is a program using the exemption from the obligation to notify the European Commission [...]

Video games developers with EU funding
The National Research and Development Centre has launched a funding program for R&D carried out by the developers of video games. It aims at popularizing the commercialization of research results. The amount that can be obtained in the first competition is PLN 80 million. GAMEINN is a program providing funds for research and development (R&D) [...]

State aid for the audiovisual market is more broadly acceptable under the EU law
Providing aid using public funds for entrepreneurs is prohibited, except for strictly defined cases. For the audiovisual sector however, new opportunities have appeared. In accordance with EU law, as a rule, providing aid to entrepreneurs using public funds is prohibited, except for strictly defined cases, laid down in EU law and in the practice of [...]

Less state aid for the creative industry
As the Report of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection published on 30 December 2015 shows, in 2014 Polish entrepreneurs received more than PLN 25 billion of stateaid, which is approximately 15% more than in 2013. However, this increase does not apply to all industries. The share percentage for the creative industry in general [...]

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