Mass. looks to attract video gaming industry; R.I. took ‘wrong approach’

AN IMAGE FROM 38 STUDIOS' Copernicus video game currently in development.  /
AN IMAGE FROM 38 STUDIOS' Copernicus video game currently in development. /
BOSTON – Massachusetts hopes to attract video gaming companies to the state through legislation that would offer tax credits and other incentives, the Associated Press reported on Monday. A draft of the legislation outlines tax credits related to job creation or production goals for video game companies and incentives to startups or existing companies that…

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