Entries in 'funding' (37)
The first part of the AUD$20 million federal funding package for videogames has been confirmed for established developers.
For those who missed it amidst all the insanity surrounding E3, Screen Australia is now accepting submissions for its games production fund.
With the federal AUD$20 million games development fund just around the corner, Surprise Attack is making its services more affordable.
Mobile ad company TapJoy is stepping up its Australian recruitment campaign by directly funding Australian development companies.
Boosted, a crowdfunding site aimed specifically at building up private contributions to the Arts in New Zealand, is open to games.
Today, Andrew Stoner MP, who is responsible for the continuation or cessation of the Interactive Media Fund, replied to Nnooo.
With the fate of the New South Wales Interactive Media Fund up for renewal, Nnooo is appealing to other developers to help.
For anyone interested in the way Screen Australia will be doling out its AUD$20 million games fund, these guidelines are worth a read.
We're now in the closing hours of Screen Australia accepting input on the structure of the AUD$20 million Aussie Games Fund.
Screen Australia's Games Fund is still open for consultation with the industry, but not for much longer.
Screen Australia has been hosting seminars in each major Australian city (Sydney's is due to take place this afternoon).
As a cordial reminder (since the Melbourne even occurred today), make sure to register to attend the Screen Australia funding talks.
With the release of today's options paper for the AUD$20 million development fund came several comments about the state of the industry.
The options paper for the upcoming federal AUD$20 million games budget has been released today, and is now open for discussion.
Screen Australia was recently handed the keys to a big budget to invest in gaming, and are holding forums to discuss how that should be spent.
In a big announcement this morning MP Simon Crean announced a federal game development fund of AUD$20 million.
While Game Connect Asia-Pacific still retains its strong developer focus, there are plenty of reasons to attend one of gaming's biggest annual conferences.
Antony Reed, the CEO of the Game Developers' Association of Australia, has just confirmed upcoming incentive from the Federal Government.
The Interactive Media Fund has lived up to its name, funding several up and coming projects in gaming throughout New South Wales.
At a Q&A hosted by Screen New South Wales yesterday, hundreds of industry representatives gathered to talk about the Interactive Media Fund.
The developers of Little Space Heroes, Bubble Gum Interactive (BGI) have announced a raise of $2.5 million in a second round of funding.
The latest issue of Game Informer hits newsstands and EB stores today, and has a huge report on the rebirth of Aussie game development.