WA developers recieve travel support for Games Connect Asia Pacific 2013

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Four West Australian developers have been awarded GCAP Assist grants from Screen Australia to help with their travel costs to the Game Connect Asia Pacific 2013 conference next week.

Lisa Rye (Freedom Fall), Blake Simpson (Blitz Bandits), Anthony Sweet (Handwritten Games) and Jess Watson (Esperino) are four of the twenty-one Australian developers awarded full conference passes to GCAP and a travel subsidy grant thanks to the initiative between Screen Australia and GDAA.

WA development studio Black Lab Games also features as part of the GCAP conference as an Indie Sponsor.

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