Georgia House supports tax credits for video game companies

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Entertainment companies that develop films and video games and complete postproduction work in Georgia could be eligible for tax credits under legislation the House passed Friday.

House Bill 199, the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act, would offer a 20 percent tax credit to companies pursuing film, video or digital work in the state that promotes the Georgia logo and edits those projects in the state.

State Rep. Trey Rhodes, R-Greensboro, who sponsored the bill, said it adds “a third leg” to “create an entire ecosystem” of film, music and video game development in Georgia.

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