State governments across the country are competing to attract video game developers to stimulate local economies. As part of this effort, at least 20 states have enacted legislation to provide tax incentives to interactive media companies. Most of these incentive packages have been implemented in the past five years. Typically, the tax incentives take the form of credits, grants, and exemptions. The incentives are often administered by a state’s film office.
Beck Reed Riden LLP is pleased to provide Stephen Riden’s comprehensive list of the states that are currently offering tax incentives to video game companies, along with a short description of each state’s incentive plan.
The chart is available for download here. (June 2011 update.)
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