Grand Theft Auto: Atlanta, anyone?
That title may not be far off, if the state of Georgia gets its way. Its latest goal, in the name of economic development, is to become the video game production capital of the United States.
Earlier this week, the state's Republican governor, Sonny Purdue, signed into law a proposal to offer greater tax incentives not only to game producers, but also to music video, movie, and TV production projects.
"The new incentives will put Georgia among the top five states in the U.S., in terms of financial competitiveness for entertainment projects,&… Read more