Hollywood's actors tentatively agreed June 8 to accept a new videogame contract after failing to get enough member support for a strike over residuals.

LOS ANGELES (The Hollywood Reporter) -- Hollywood's actors tentatively agreed June 8 to accept a new videogame contract after failing to get enough member support for a strike over residuals.

Negotiators for Electronic Arts, Activision and other leading game companies sweetened their offer at the last minute to avoid a return to the bargaining table after months of on-again, off-again talks with the Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).