The Hollywood Reporter reports: “Members of SAG-AFTRA on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to approve the successor to the Interactive Media Video Game Agreement by a vote of 90 percent to 10 percent. The initial agreement was reached on Sept. 22 after a lengthy strike by video game actors, the longest in the union’s history. The strike began Oct. 21, 2016. The terms of the tentative agreement include a new bonus structure that provides additional payments to performers based on number of sessions worked.”

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