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The NZGDA board member has fast become a voice for many.
The Firemonkeys staffer continues lead by example.
A very recognisable face for the industry, Johnston has made the move to full time journalism.
A finalist in three out of the four Women In Games Awards last year, Raelene has continued to push the industry forward.
The Good Game host continues to act as an amazing ambassador for our industry.
After the formalities were over, it was time for the industry to let their hair down.
Sony's Ratchet & Clank bosses its way to number one in Australia and New Zealand.
Uncharted 4 and Doom go head-to-head this week for best seller.
We take a look back at this year's event and the Steelbook Winners wall.
Here's your chance to check out 'who wore who' as the ANZ industry made their way down the PlayStation Red Carpet.
Two more industry members were inducted as MCV Pacific Pillars of the Industry.
Bethesda cleaned up, as the industry celebrated another amazing year.
The industry is getting set for its night of nights, with the fourth annual awards only hours away.
Bethesda has just released the official trailer for Fallout 4’s third add-on, Far Harbor.
The Kiwi trailblazer has earned international recognition for her work.
A self confessed lover of spreadsheets, Chantal Morley is the beating heart of Sydney's Bandai Namco.
The Queensland based developer continues to drive the Brisbane scene forward.
A champion for diversity in the industry and within her games, Michelle Osborne continues to break down walls in the industry.
Appearing for our list for the second time, Kamina is set to embark on a new chapter in her games career.
The two icons of gaming will launch into the Rio Olympic games on June 25, exclusively on Wii U.
Bell rejoins the industry as associate Brand Manager Call of Duty & eSports APAC.
The other side to the LUMI Consulting coin, Lauren Clinnick is making waves in the Australian Interactive Entertainment industry.
The industry veteran has made a important step in her career over the last year.
Lisy has had an amazing twelve month since featuring in our inaugural list.
The Sony staffer is a veteran of, and well-loved member of the Australian video games industry.