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Another member of our latest 30 Under Thirty, Jessica McDonell is easily recognisable as the face of GameSpot in Australia.
One half of Melbourne's LUMI Consulting, Katie Gall is changing the face of games communications.
The following is the full list of recommendations from the Senate inquiry's report.
Senate Inquiry into the future of the Australian video game development industry recommends a scheme similar to the previous AIGF
The report has been published just over tenth months after Senator Scott Ludlam secured a Senate Inquiry into Australia's video games development industry.
Since being named in the inaugural Women In Games list last year, the past twelve months have been fun, exhausting and eventful for the Sound Scouts creator.
Arguably the face of Melbourne's The Arcade, Annie Tyson has fast become on of the most influential women in the Australian games industry.
With a life long love of video games, Felcia McIntire was destined to work in the industry.
You have until 5:00 PM today to secure your spot at the industry's night of nights.
Sony sold 17.7-million PlayStation 4s last financial year, as PlayStation Network sales eclipsed Nintendo's total.
One Piece: Burning Blood shoots to the top of the charts.
Nintendo's latest figures come as the company faces a tough year ahead.
NIS America will no longer be working with the Persona publisher.
Ratchet & Clank claims the series first ever UK number one.
Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands is the sole title to launch this week.
The news strategy title from Ubisoft studio, Blue Byte will launch on August 30.
Players will have to wait a little longer for the following up to DICE's 2008 hit.
Yo-Kai Watch Sangokushi spends a third week atop the Japanese chart.
The former Warner Bros. UK staffer has joined the ranks at the newly formed distributor.
Twitch has announced dozens of featured broadcasters and the return of the H1Z1 Invitational as tickets go on sale.
Quantum Break debuts at number one in Australia as The Division holds firm in New Zealand.
The full-service digital innovation partner is set open Australian offices.