The working conditions for game developers are improving, partly because the spotlight on poor conditions is forcing some change, according to a survey by the game developer professional group, the .

That conclusion is based on responses to a developer satisfaction survey by the of more than 1,100 of its members, said Renee Gittins, executive director of the IGDA, in an interview with GamesBeat.

But it’s not all cut and dried, as game developers are still concerned about problems in the industry, and a lot of developers favor unionization of gaming, according to a released last week by the group that stages the Game Developers Conference.

“Probably a large part of [the reason it is better] is the recognition of the problems that we’re having

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