Unionising game and tech workers: should the UK follow the US’ lead?
Traditionally the trade union of telecommunications and IT workers, the organisation has launched the Campaign to Organize Digital Employees (CODE), a call to arms for game and tech industry workers to reject poor working cultures and practices.
In Brazil, Infoproletários has been organising tech workers since 2017 in a bid to fight abusive working practices in the industry and better support workers.
In China, the anonymous 996.ICU project, laid bare the growing upset of tech workers, referring to the “996” culture – workdays from 9am to 9pm, six days a week.
“The video games industry is relatively young and is experiencing many of the same issues that other newer sectors are going through.

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