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23
Nov
Australian game developers celebrate introduction of DGTO bill into Parliament

23 November, 2022 –  Alongside the Australian video games industry, IGEA is celebrating today’s introduction of the Treasury Laws Amendment…

28
Oct
IGEA welcomes confirmation that the Albanese Labor Government is backing the digital games sector

Friday 28 October, 2022 –  IGEA is thrilled by the confirmation that the Albanese Government is backing the digital games…

26
Oct
IGEA Statement on Federal Budget, October 2022

Wednesday 26 October, 2022 –  Following last night’s federal budget announcement, the Australian video games industry is still eagerly awaiting…

05
Oct
IGEA announces the winners of the 2022 Australian Game Developer Awards

Tonight, the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (IGEA) announced the winners of the 2022 Australian Game Developer Awards (AGDAs) with…

09
Sep
IGEA is hiring a Policy and Communications Officer

POSITION DESCRIPTION – POLICY AND COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER About IGEA The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) is the non-profit industry…

01
Sep
Have your say on draft industry codes to protect Australians from harmful content

1 September, 2022  – Six associations representing the on industry in Australia have today released for public consultation the draft…

17
Aug
IGEA JOINS 36 AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPERS AT GAMESCOM 2022

Wednesday, 17 August, 2022 – The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (IGEA) celebrates the local games businesses representing Australia at…

11
Aug
Foreign Currencies for Game Developers Webinar 

82% of Australian game developers’ revenue is generated overseas. The global economy is volatile; inflationary pressures, international conflicts, and a…

11
Aug
IGEA Update About The Arcade

The Arcade was established in 2013 to form a collaborative workspace for Melbourne game developers and creative companies.  The goals…

11
Aug
IGEA submission to the Australian Office for the Arts consultation on a renewed National Cultural Policy

IGEA has made a submission to the Australian Office for the Arts, within the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development,…

10
Aug
Level Up! A Guide to the Australian Games Industry

IGEA has collaborated with Austrade to publish a guide that provides a snapshot of everything you need to know about…

26
Jul
IGEA Educates Summit Recap

Last week, we held the third iteration of our IGEA Educates Summit. With over 170 attendees attending multiple presentations from…

19
Jul
IGEA welcomes the boost in funding from Screen Australia’s Games: Expansion Pack

Tuesday 19 July 2022:     IGEA is thrilled to see the announcement from Screen Australia today that 31 Australian games…

14
Jun
New Zealand Video Game Sales Continue Upward Trajectory

Auckland, NEW ZEALAND – 14 June 2022 – The demand for video games in New Zealand continues to explode according…

27
May
IGEA’s Blockchain Webinar: Cutting Through the Noise

The terms “blockchain” and “NFTs” eve a range of emotions. Some see it as revolutionising video games and the notion…

26
May
Australian Video Game Consumer Sales Remain Robust

SYDNEY, Australia – 26 May 2022 – Australians’ of playing video games is stronger than ever, according to consumer…

23
May
IGEA welcomes the incoming Albanese Labor Government

23 May 2022  – IGEA congratulates and welcomes the incoming Albanese Labor Government and los forward to continuing the dialogue…

29
Apr
Register Now to Join the Australian Stand at Gamescom 2022

Australia will be the official partner country of Gamescom 2022. Gamescom is the largest and most important business show for…

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