Game Developers Association of Australia
Digital gamers will descend on Melbourne, Australia for PAX Aus 2013 on 19-21 July. For the first time since 2004, the Penny Arcade Expo will be held outside the United States. PAX connects the world's leading game publishers with their most avid fans while providing an inclusive community environment. Robert Khoo (President of Operations and Business Development, Penny Arcade Expo) and Tony Reed (CEO, Game Developers' Association of Australia) talk about Melbourne and PAX - the world's largest digital games event. Watch old-school gaming animation as it takes over the world's most liveable city.
An excellent bit of promotional video was released this week which features Robert Khoo (President of Operations and Business Development, Penny Arcade Expo) and Tony Reed (CEO, Game Developers' Association of Australia) on the highly anticipated 2013 PAX Aus, coming to Melbourne on the 19th to the 21st of July.
Earlier this year, one of our members felt the need to ask the question "Where are you?" to the Games Developers Association of Australia (GDAA)...
(Shane) Let me be straight up and blunt, I don't know what the GDAA now now does or ever did for the Computer games industry in Australia. There I said it, may the roof fall on my head, the sky open up and 10 ravens peck my precious eyes out.
A showcase of Australian and New Zealand video game releases in 2012 as played for the introduction to Games Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2012: Inspire at MCEC October 22 2012
When: Monday, 22 October to Tuesday, 23 October 2012
Where: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre
The 2012 Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) conference has been officially announced today by the Game Developers’ Association of Australia and will be held again in Melbourne in October, late next month. It might have been announced a little later than usual, but that can be forgiven given the GDAA's incredible role in bringing PAX to Australia.
An important reminder for those of you who have not filled out The Game Development Industry Survey to please do so as soon as possible! This includes everyone working in an Australian games development studio as well as all independent games developers, no matter how new your startup is or how much revenue you're bringing in. From the Games Developers Association of Australia...