SAGAFTRA Members Vote in Favor of Video Game Strike
By Michaela Zee Courtesy of SAG-AFTRA SAG-AFTRA members have voted to authorize a strike against the video game industry. The vote was 98.32% in favor of the strike authorization against 10.
Members of Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) have voted to authorize a video game strike, with 98.32% of the votes in favor. Per SAG-AFTRA’s.
Previously, SAG-AFTRA called for a strike for its members performing video game work back in October of 2016. The strike lasted almost a year before a new contract was signed in November 2017. It went into effect on November 8, 2017, and was expected to run through November 7, 2020.
Video game performers prepared to strike for more pay
Voice actors and motion capture performers in the multi-billion dollar video game industry voted overwhelmingly on Monday to authorize a strike if negotiations on a new labor contract set to begin.
Video Game Performers Vote To Authorize Strike
September 26, 2023 at 8:38 AM PDT. Listen. 2:41. Voice actors and performers who work in the video-game industry voted to authorize a strike ahead of contract negotiations this week. The union.
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Sept. 13, 2023 10:56 AM PT SAG-AFTRA members will vote this month on whether to authorize union leaders to call a strike against video game companies.
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SAG-AFTRA members have voted 98.32% in favor of authorizing potential video game strike action. The union announced the result of the ballot earlier today, September 26, in which 34,687 members.
September 25, 2023 6:42pm THR Illustration / Michael Buckner SAG-AFTRA may soon have another strike on its hands. On Monday, union members voted 98.32 percent in favor of a strike authorization.
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News SAG-AFTRA Everything You Need to Know About the Video Game Strike SAG-AFTRA just voted to strike against 10 major video game companies. Griff Griffin Sep 27, 2023 With the Hollywood.
Strike (video game series)
Strike is a series of video games created by Mike Posehn, John Patrick Manley and Tony Barnes released between 1991 and 1997 by Electronic Arts for a number of video game systems. The games are multi-directional shooters viewed from an overhead or top-down perspective.