As part of a $33.8 million support package for the state's screen industry. the Victorian Government is making available $19.2 million to attract international and interstate projects including digital games, and $4.7 million to support the development and production of local content across film, television, online and games.
Things move fast in both the tech world and politics. Once the darling of the political landscape, it seems the Australian games development industry again needs to raise its profile. As such, the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) chief executive Ron Curry has got on to the front foot with an open letter to Senator Mitch Fifield, the Minister for Communications and the Arts.
The worldwide mobile games market is exploding, generating US$40.6 billion in worldwide revenue in 2016 to now account for half of the entire global digital games market.
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