Game Development Act (DUBS)

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Game Development Act
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Long titleAn Act of the National Council of the Democratic Union of British States Respecting the creation of a state corporation, Eden Studio, which shall be responsible for producing and distributing various games developed by the government
NicknamesGame Development Act
Enacted bythe 1st National Council
Effective7th February, 2017
Introduced byRep. Horatio Eden (District of Britannia)
Current statusActive legislation
MSLC CitationGame Development Act DUN P 2017
DULC CitationL1-2017-9
Legislative history
Considered byHouse Committee on Culture, House Committee on the Economy
Passed by House of Representatives7th February, 2017 by Unanimous House (2-0)
Signed by Lord President7th February, 2017 by Lord President Horatio Eden
Related legislation

The Game Development Act is an Act of the National Council of the Democratic Union of British States that creates Eden Studio, a state corporation responsible for creating "various games for distribution to the international community, both video and otherwise".[1] It also requires the corporation to submit, at the end of every fiscal period delineated by the Credit of the Union reports required by the Treasury Act to submit detailed reports of both expenditure and profit, and restore all monies taken in to the government at the same time.

This was the first Act on which Representative James Frisch, an Interim Representative appointed by House Resolution 2017-1-2, formally voted.

Introduced by Representative Horatio Eden (C-District of Britannia), the bill passed unanimously through the House of Representatives and was signed into law by the Lord President that same day.