The final part of a two-part in-depth report -- how other countries are feeling the 'games drain' from Canada's policies, and how they are fighting back.
Considering the significant benefits to companies making games in Canada, many have set up a studio or base there. EA, Ubisoft, Koei, Capcom, and most recently, Eidos, have all opened a Canadian studio.
Even more companies are considering opening offices in Canada, or even moving lock, stock, and barrel over there. David Braben, chairman of UK-based Frontier Developments, hardly surprisingly given his praise of the Canadian model, admits that he is seriously considering a move. He told GameSpot, "We'd be foolish not to consider it."