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Video Game Voice Actors May Go On Strike As Union Authorizes Vote

Actors union SAG-AFTRA has been striking for a new film and TV contract for weeks now, after joining the Writers Guild Of America strike, which began in May. That strike may soon extend to video game voice actors, as the union’s board has sent a vote to all members ahead of an upcoming negotiation.

The union announced the vote on its official website, in preparation for what the post calls “forthcoming bargaining dates with signatory video game companies.” The previous contract was extended nearly a year ago, according to SAG-AFTRA, and new negotiators are set to begin on September 26.

The SAG-AFTRA Interactive Media logo
The SAG-AFTRA Interactive Media logo

The “signatory video game companies” cited in the SAG-AFTRA post are as follows:

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