Two states - Queensland and Victoria - accounted for the majority of game development income (40.4 percent and 33.2 percent respectively) and employment (48.6 percent and 33 percent).
There were 1,431 people employed in game development services in Australia at the end of June 2007, 90 percent of them male. They comprised artists and animators (491 people or 34 percent) and programmers (417 people or 29 percent). There were 87 non-residents working in the industry at the end of June 2007. Further details are in Digital Game Development Services, Australia, 2006-07 (cat. no. 8515.0).