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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 05:50

Australian Games Industry applauds R18+ discussion

While we bluster about in the wake of the ISP-Level Filter go-ahead, the Attorney General’s Department finally released the public discussion paper for introduction of an interactive entertainment R18+ Classification.  Unsurprisingly, the Australian Games Industry is happy about this.

Published in Radioactive IT
Recession proof? Not quite, whilst numbers announced today show green upward arrows across the board for the videogame industry, there were some shaky moments through 2009 for Australians in the business of bringing consumers living room fun.

Published in Market
Thursday, 27 August 2009 11:19

IEAA changes name and focus to iGEA

The Interactive Entertainment Association of Australia (IEAA), the video-games publishing association has changed its name slightly to become the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA).  According to the association, the revamped group believes the electronic entertainment goal posts have moved.

Published in Radioactive IT




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