Entries in 'GDAA' (26)
Following on from yesterday, we continue our talk with Antony Reed from the GDAA on the gender divide in the industry.
MCV spoke to Antony Reed from the GDAA today, who argues that the grim figures reported by the ABS are lacking in some crucial details.
The Game Developer's Association of Australia has named a new President in the form of Halfbrick CEO Shainiel Deo.
PAX Australia has released a video with focuses on the town they've chosen to host in: Melbourne.
For anyone interested in the way Screen Australia will be doling out its AUD$20 million games fund, these guidelines are worth a read.
NPD Group and the iGEA have reported that Australia saw AUD$1.161 billion in traditional retail sales for 2012.
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.
Returning to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and partnering with the Game Masters exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, the Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2012 ...
Industry conference Game Connect Asia Pacific 2012 has been confirmed and dated, and will be coming to Melbourne in October.
A federal government review of the media landscape has been released yesterday, with some positive recommendations on the gaming front.
The Game Developers' Association of Australia is seeking to achieve equitable support for the games from the federal government.
NPD Group sales figures for 2011 were released earlier this week, which didn't include digital sales or other online services.
The votes are in, and MCV Pacific is proud to present the local game developer who will be receiving our Developer of the Year award.
With GCAP 2011 kicking off on Monday, MCV takes a look at some of the upcoming highlights and speakers attendees can expect.
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is just around the corner, so MCV took the time to ask organiser Antony Reed what attendees can expect from the event.
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is the largest conference in Australia for videogames business, development and market trends.
The New South Wales Trade and Investment department has today announced the continuation of the Digital Media Initative funding project.
Game Connect: Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2011 has opened up early registration for its Melbourne conference, which runs from 14th-16th November.
The recent shutting down of EA's Visceral Studios in Melbourne has led to coverage of the industry which makes the situation look overly bleak, and may not represent a realistic ...