IARC explained and why you should care

IARC explained and why you should care

Mar 31, 2014

James Pinnel over at Games.on.net, has written a piece about IARC – and how streaming classification will change the culture of games censorship.  It is just one of the Reforms we have been pushing for since the release of the ALRC Recommendations into Classification. Share...

Kotaku – The Govt is in the process of changing how we classify games

Kotaku – The Govt is in the process of changing how we classify games

Mar 20, 2014

Mark Serrels over at Kotaku explains how the current Govt is in the process of adopting some of the recommendations from the ALRC Review into Classification which was handed down in 2012.  For more details, click here Share...

The Gamers 4 Croydon Story – as featured on Kotaku

The Gamers 4 Croydon Story – as featured on Kotaku

Mar 10, 2014

Mark Serrels from Kotaku has written a great piece about Gamers 4 Croydon and contribution they made to the introduction of R18+. You can read the full post here.   Share this:

SA Govt gambling campaign upsets industry

SA Govt gambling campaign upsets industry

Dec 18, 2013

Ron was interviewed for ABC TV recently to discuss the advertising campaign released by the Premier’s Dept which claimed playing games would lead to gambling.  You can watch the report here. For some background, here is our letter to the Strategic Communications Unit.   Share...

Emerging Issues and Solutions for the Classification of Computer Games in Australia

Emerging Issues and Solutions for the Classification of Computer Games in Australia

Dec 2, 2013

IGEA has just published a paper to provide Commonwealth, state and territory government representatives and the public with a comprehensive understanding of how the National Classification Scheme is impacting the interactive entertainment industry in Australia. Click here to download Emerging Issues and Solutions for the Classification of Computer Games in...

PAX Australia 2014 tickets now on sale

PAX Australia 2014 tickets now on sale

Nov 12, 2013

Tuesday 12 November, 2013 – Tickets are now on sale for next year’s PAX Aus gaming festival, to be held from 31 October to 2 November, 2014 in the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Tickets can now be purchased only through the PAX Aus website: www.paxaustralia.com.au/registration. Building on the success of the 2013 event, the new venue will...