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The legislation to introduce the R18+ Classification for video games has passed through the Australian Senate securing a sensible homogenisation of rating systems across entertainment in Australia.  For the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association this has been a long drawn out win.

Published in Entertainment

Despite general economic uncertainties, Australia's interactive games industry remains upbeat despite a 12.8 per cent contraction in 'traditional retail' computer and video games sales to $1.5 billion in 2011, according to Australia's Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA).

Published in Entertainment

There is still some thrashing out to be had, but the Australian video games industry is welcoming an in-principle agreement for the introduction of a long-awaited R18+ classification for interactive entertainment. 

Published in Radioactive IT

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