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In this video, Lilo discusses Australian Gaming Industry!

The video game industry is growing! Australia spends 3 billion dollars a year on video games. Worldwide the annual revenue for video games is over 100 billion. However Australian government has recently revealed they promise no help for the video game industry.

In 2016 the Australian government was given several suggestions to help the video game industry. They waited two years to say they don’t plan to do any of them. This has upset many people. It may cause a lot of talented people in the gaming industry to leave Australia. Other countries such as the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Poland offer tax breaks, grants, and other ways to help the video game industry. It makes it hard for the Australian industry to compete.

The Green political party in Australia has promised $100 billion to a new fund for the Australian Video Game industry. At least that is their future promise while campaigning.

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19 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #81: Australian Gaming Industry!

  1. so australlia spends about 3 % of what the rest of the world spends on gaming industries. it is indeed hard for them to compete.

  2. Mark Stainer says:

    Australian Gaming Industry is indeed growing and expanding tremendously I must say. Australian creativity is highly prized around the World. However, lack of government support is holding Australian games-making back from the world stage.

  3. grayicemake says:

    Well with the boom of gaming these days. Its no surprise that Aus will try to get on it. What games will they produce though? That is the question.

  4. David Kamau says:

    Well, I think the government will come to realize the mistakes later. The industry really needs the government support.

  5. Edwin Kamau says:

    Everytime I hear such news, it makes me sad. The industry needs support to grow. It has that potential, and it’s a good revenue generator.

  6. Well most probably the those people in the gaming industry will definitely leave. If those people will leave Australia then I don’t think the future of gaming industry there will still bloom.

  7. titanierza says:

    I ask the same question What does Australia produce? What are the reasons why they are super late in gaming? Never the less I wish the city down under good luck.

  8. angelobugay says:

    I’m glad that their government is supporting the gaming industry that much. Wishing for them to have a lot of games in the future.

  9. 3 Billion Dollars is a big investment. I hope to see a huge progress on their video game industry.

  10. this is a massive industry with great potential. the australian government really needs to realize how this will provide economic growth.

  11. iammgkimmel says:

    wow, i didn’t know that the gaming industry in australia is that huge. the government should show its support.

  12. imkirsten12 says:

    It’s sad to hear how the Australian Government ignore to help the gaming industry in the country. I hope they will realize that there loads of skilled people they are neglecting to show off their dreams too.

  13. sidney osorio says:

    I think video games industry has plenty potential and the Australian goverment should bring more support, specialy cause it can bring more jobs and an extra soource of money in the future

  14. odimdavid says:

    If Australian video gaming industry represents 3% of the worldwide market, why is the government not interested in helping game developers? This calls for special study. I believe that if the Green party keeps to their campaign promise to contribute $100 billion to a new fund for the industry this would have a good impact on the industry.

  15. nnaemeka2016 says:

    The Australian government should do more for video game developers. Do they want these ones to migrate to other countries? Do they not appreciate the revenue, $3 billion, that these developers are bringing to the country? They should not be told what to do.

  16. The green political party promising lots of cash is somewhat ironic, because you know, “green” lmao. But hey, at least they support the gaming industry to some extent. Now let’s wait for them to actually occupy a seat in the government to see if it’s not all empty bluster at this point.

  17. And here I am thinking that people down under don’t really care much about video games, much less online gaming, as they care about their kangaroos. The line “Australia spends 3 billion dollars a year on video games” proves me wrong otherwise.

    And hey, common’ Australian government! Show some love and support will ya.

  18. I’m looking forward in seeing this progress of Australian gaming industry. I want to know what kind of games they actually produce.

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