With over 10% of gaming revenue coming from in-game gambling, such as loot boxes, the University of Sydney says game developers are operating in an increasingly competitive sphere, and are looking to in-game gambling to increase revenue, arguably to detriment of players.
GUEST OPINION by Byron Yeung, Vice President APAC, Data Integration Division at Qlik: Data is critical to local government operations. It helps them allocate resources, address pressing issues facing the community, and so on. Ultimately, data helps local governments better serve communities through data-informed decision-making. Unfortunately, it’s not utilised nearly as much as it can and should be.
Facebook is right in its assessment that Australian news content and the interactions it leads to with the social media site's users do not create much revenue, an academic at the University of Sydney's School of Computer Science says.
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