SAG-AFTRA Claims It “Has The Momentum” In Video Game Strike Launched In October

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Claiming that it "has the momentum" in its 23-week-old strike against selected video game companies, SAG-AFTRA says "many signs indicate that our strike is working" and that the 11 struck companies "are feeling the pressure." The union says that it's signed 25 video games and 18 companies to a contract it promulgated in October that gives performers residuals amounting to a full-day's pay for each 500,000 units sold, up to four secondary payments if the games sells 2…