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VicScreen appoints game development veteran Lisy Kane to Board

Kane is a long-time games producer and advocate, associated with League of Geeks, Kepler Interactive, and Girl Geek Academy.

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VicScreen launches Play Now Melbourne games market

Play Now Melbourne aims to connect local developers with international publishers.

VicScreen Game Development Interns for 2023
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VicScreen announces new game development interns for 2023

VicScreen has announced the two new participants for its Victorian Game Development Internship program in 2023.

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Outsiders invited to skill up for crewing jobs in Victoria

Set Educated is a new series of workshops designed to prepare up to 400 Victorians to enter the screen industry.

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Victoria to spend $3.6 million on game development training

The state of Victoria, Australia has announced another boost in funding to the local games industry – this time in…

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VicScreen Originate Games applications are now open

Originate Games is a new program designed to support emerging game developers and fresh, original ideas.

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Victoria announces $5.25 million in new funding for local game industry

The Victorian state government has announced a significant mount of new funding for game development and culture in the state.

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Cult of the Lamb has sold one million copies in one week

Massive Monster has a massive hit on its hands, according to publisher Devolver Digital.


Victoria’s games industry continues to thrive, and other states must take note

Victoria’s strong game development scene is a testament to the incredible value of dedicated government funding for independent video games.

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VicScreen announces $40 million digital production fund

The new program will provide funding to fill critical skills gaps, and promote Victoria's local industry.