Digital Australia 2016 (DA16)

Digital Australia 2016 (DA16)

Jul 28, 2015

DA16 is our 6th industry report about the state of interactive media in Australia with a focus on demographics, play habits, behaviours and attitudes.  DA16 also explores the notion that games are more than just fun and shows how Australians use games at school, at work, for health and for positive ageing as well. You can download a full copy of the report...

Digital New Zealand 2014

Digital New Zealand 2014

Oct 30, 2013

Digital New Zealand 2014 (DNZ14) is the latest research report commissioned by IGEA, from Bond University, which examines the role interactive entertainment plays in New Zealand households.    DNZ14 presents data on the lifestyles, habits, attitudes and demographics of New Zealanders who play computer and video games, as well as how New Zealanders are...

Digital Australia 2014

Digital Australia 2014

Oct 21, 2013

Digital Australia 2014 (DA14) is the latest research report commissioned by IGEA, from Bond University, which examines the role interactive entertainment plays in Australian households.    DA14 presents data on the lifestyles, habits, attitudes and demographics of Australians who play computer and video games, as well as how Australians are consuming...

Gamers taking on a grey tinge

Gamers taking on a grey tinge

Aug 27, 2012

Our latest research report, Digital Australia 2012 was recently referenced in a article featured on smh.com.au, confirming that the average age of a gamer is rising, and all sorts of age groups are taking up gaming.  Read the article here.   Share...

DANZ12 Infographic

DANZ12 Infographic

Aug 1, 2012

We’ve put this Infographic together to give you a snap shot of the latest statistics from the DANZ12 Bond University Report. Share...

Jeff Brand Discusses DANZ12

Jeff Brand Discusses DANZ12

Nov 17, 2011

Jeff Brand discusses DANZ12 – the latest research into video games which was released in October 2011.  In this video, Jeff briefly highlights the differences in methodology and results from our previous research reports. Share this: