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The gaming industry is a fast developing sector which presents significant challenges to insurance brokers to ensure that your insurance programme is correctly constructed.

 

The highly competitive nature of the industry, peaks and troughs of activity as deadlines loom plus the complexities of issues relating to intellectual property can all present problems for the business that can lead to disgruntled publishers and other clients seeking financial recompense.

 

MFL Science & Technology Insurance Brokers has developed its Gameinsure programme to provide insurance protection specific to the gaming sector. Gameinsure is backed by a number of leading specialist insurers in the sector which coupled with MFL’s unrivalled expertise, means that you can be sure that your insurance protection is appropriate for your needs.

 

Under the Gameinsure programme MFL can provide bespoke solutions for:-

 

Office Insurance – MFL’s market leading policy is ideally suited to the gaming industry with a wide scope of cover at competitive premiums.

 

Professional Indemnity Insurance – many insurers in the IT sector traditionally shy away from providing cover for businesses operating in the games industry. Gameinsure calls on a panel of expert insurers to provide you with cover you need.

 

Directors' & Officers Liability - MFL's bespoke TechExec policy is designed specifically for technology based companies, so you can be sure that you are receiving appropriate cover at a competitive premium.

 

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MFL Science & Technology is a trading name of McParland Finn Ltd.
Registered office Barlow House, Minshull Street, Manchester M1 3DZ.

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McParland Finn Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

 

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