IGEA’s submission to the Australian and Children’s Screen Content Review

IGEA’s submission to the Australian and Children’s Screen Content Review

Oct 6, 2017

As part of IGEA’s ongoing efforts to support and advocate for the Australian video games development industry, we have lodged a submission to the Department of Communication and the Arts’ recent Australian and Children’s Screen Content Review, which you can read here. The objective of this review was to provide policy options to Government on the...

New Zealand esports pioneer joins IGEA

New Zealand esports pioneer joins IGEA

Sep 14, 2017

Wellington, New Zealand – 14 September 2017 – The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) continues to expand its membership base, welcoming New Zealand-based esports media company Let’s Play Live (LPL) as an Associate Member. Founded in 2016, LPL has been focused on building an ecosystem to drive the continued growth of esports in...

IGEA Trivia Night, raising funds for Checkpoint

IGEA Trivia Night, raising funds for Checkpoint

Sep 11, 2017

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Australian Game Development Survey 2016-17. Developers – we need your help!

Australian Game Development Survey 2016-17.  Developers – we need your help!

Aug 30, 2017

Last year, as you may remember, we undertook our first independent survey on behalf of the local industry, to gain an insight into the size and scope of the Australian game development sector.  The details were released in December 2016. The press release and infographic can be found...

The Working Lunch – women helping women enter the video game industry

The Working Lunch – women helping women enter the video game industry

Aug 28, 2017

Monday 28 August, 2017 IGEA is delighted to announce its involvement in the launch of The Working Lunch. Almost half of people who play video games in Australia are female, but women account for only 19 per cent of the game development sector workforce. The Working Lunch aims to empower entry-level women in the games industry to reach their goals by forming...

IGEA’s Submission to Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Subject Productivity Commission Inquiry into IP Arrangements Inquiry Report

IGEA’s Submission to Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Subject Productivity Commission Inquiry into IP Arrangements Inquiry Report

Aug 26, 2017

After the Productivity Commission released the final report for its review into Australia’s intellectual property arrangements in December 2016, the Government announced that it would be conducting an additional consultation to inform its response to the report. IGEA participated in this additional consultation and lodged a submission on 14 February 2017. In...