Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley has told the BBC that the British games industry faces "a death by a thousand cuts", if more isn't done to make it competitive against the likes of Canada.
"We used to be a net importer of brains", Kingsley said. "People used to come here to work in the games sector. Now people are thinking Canada's a good place to go to. Canada spends a lot of money marketing itself, positioning itself."
He went on to say that, "It's a situation where - if you were going to start up a company and you analyse all the different locations in the world for stability, quality of life - you would end up saying 'let's set it up in - probably - Canada'. It's a death by a thousand cuts."
Of course, there's more going on there than tax incentives. 'Stability' and 'quality of life' are issues that go beyond the games industry. Still, Tiga's head, Richard Wilson, asserts that Canadian studios are getting benefits worth 23% of their turnover. That, you will probably agree, is quite a bit.
Plenty more in the BBC's article