TIGA's Richard Wilson calls it "vital" for the industry in the UK. The Labour party has already promised "unambiguous" measures for tax relief.
It started a bit of a panic among industry higher ups in the UK that the Conservative party were pulling a U-turn on previous messages of support for tax incentives. "Very worried that industry tax breaks not in manifesto. Other tax breaks are. Suspect their Treasury team have won battle," twittered Labour MP Tom Watson on the lack of a manifesto.
Tory culture minister Ed Vaizey has assured UK voters though that they are in full support still with a mini-manifesto planned for release, reports. Unfortunately the political party is unsure when it will be given the go ahead to release.
"Things are continually getting moved around on the grid," says the centre-right party. It was due this week and time is fast running out as the general election nears. Wilson says an "unambiguous measure of support by the Labour party" was in their manifesto.
"It's vital, absolutely critical, that the Conservative party backs games tax relief. That is the number one priority for the industry," added Wilson from TIGA.
Come along Mr Cameron, beat those accountants till they come up with the tax breaks for us - we need 'em!