Girl Geek Academy hosted the first all womens' games hackathon at the Arcade in Melbourne. It's a great step towards getting more women involved in the gaming industry.
Video gaming has evolved, and it's a changing environment.
The Cross Border Hackathon was the first run at the Goods Shed North. The Shed is now open to a multitude of businesses and startups making, for a fantastic co-working space.
2017 was the year of Dunlop's trail of blown tires, Chaz's fine after "excessive burnouts", and an insane number of penalties. What some fans called a spectacle, was others' idea of a disaster. 2018 was anything but, with clean racing, Rick Kelly's 500th start, and Nissan's double podium finish.
Last time we talked about why esports isn't big in Australia. So what did the community think of it? If you didn't read yesterday's article, check it out here. It circulated through a number of my networks and I had some requests to pull together all the comments and respond. So here they are. Firstly, … Continue reading What does the Esports Community think?
Australia is a great place to be, it's got an amazing sporting culture, so why isn't esports big here? This was a question posed to the industry recently. People are coming in from overseas and seeing how successful esports is there, trying to replicate it, and not getting the same results. So why is it … Continue reading Why isn’t Esports ‘big’ in Australia?
Esports Central - Episode 7 They usually say that content is king, especially in a society that consumes content with every waking moment. If your content isn't the best, what's to stop us from scrolling straight past it onto something more interesting - NOTHING. That's it! If you don't have engaging, interesting content for people … Continue reading Content is King, Broadcast is Queen