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What’s New: Screenwest $100,000 Interactive Pilot Fund & GameDev Meetup

Join Screenwest on Thurs, June 13th at the local Game Dev Meetup to find out how you can take advantage of their new funding opportunity. Their Interactive Pilot Fund will see $100,000 of financial support go towards the production and development of West Australian interactive projects, and games are front…

Innovation Vouchers Program

Following on from the Game Developer Travel Grants program, New Industries WA have a new initiative available that can provide co-investiment of up to $20,000 for development inputs and commercialisation you you business. “The Innovation Vouchers Program can provide your small to medium enterprise (SME) with the financial boost it needs…

PlayUp Perth Microgrants

Local playtest initiative PlayUp Perth are working hard to help up-and-coming developers take their projects to the next level, with new funding packages for showcased games. If you are a local developer who has shared your game at any of their testing events in the last two years, you’re eligible to apply! Playup Perth,…

Get your Submissions in for the Game Dev Senate Committee Inquiry!

In June this year Senator Scott Ludlam successfully proposed that a Senate Inquiry be held to discuss what the government could do to better support the Australian games industry. There is still time to have your voice heard in the Future of Australia’s video game development industry Inquiry. The Environment and Communications References Committee is accepting submission of opinions…

Senate Inquiry on the Future of the Australian Games Industry

In 2007 our industry was one the Government saw as full of potential, but with the recent funding cuts and grant cancellations it’s not unreasonable to think the sector has since been overlooked. However it appears that we have not been forgotten; just last week WA’s very own Senator Scott Ludlam, co-deputy leader of the Australian Greens, successfully proposed a Senate Inquiry on…

FTI Announces New Funding Opportunity for West Australian Game Projects

The games industry in Perth continues to strengthen and grow, and new opportunities for collaboration, investment, and development are rising up. The fine folk at FTI’s Game and Interactive Program, known for such contributions to the games community as Playup Perth and Level One, are keen to keep the ball rolling on this. Following on…