With over 10% of gaming revenue coming from in-game gambling, such as loot boxes, the University of Sydney says game developers are operating in an increasingly competitive sphere, and are looking to in-game gambling to increase revenue, arguably to detriment of players.
Australia's biggest telco says it is "always looking for ways to bring 5G to life in more places, and to show off what it is truly capable of," and it's why Telstra is "teaming up with Augmented Reality (AR) gaming developer, Niantic, to bring a new multiplayer game to Australia."
Be it gaming, cosplay, comics, an artist alley, family activities and community groups, including a brand new area dedicated to speed running with the help of Spawn Point Bar, this is one cool event you won't want to miss!
It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?
Sounds like they'll be both processing plenty of Dosh and earning plenty of it too!
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