The Australian Game Developer Awards (AGDAs) are a national event celebrating outstanding games and individual achievements by Australian game developers.
Spanning 13 game awards, 3 personal and studio awards, and a bespoke award category, the AGDAs seek to elevate and celebrate across our diverse and talented local industry.
As of 2020, The AGDAs have been run by the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (IGEA) – the peak industry association representing the voice of Australian and New Zealand companies in the computer and video games industry.
IGEA (Interactive Games & Entertainment Association) is the peak industry association representing the voice of Australian and New Zealand companies in the computer and video games industry. IGEA supports the business and public policy interests of the games industry, through advocacy, research and education programs. We work with many stakeholders including all levels of government, agencies, media and other trade associations.
IGEA advocates on behalf of our members, who range from one-person studio startups to larger multinational developers, publishers, platform holders and digital storefronts. IGEA’s role is to help our members and the wider industry more effectively create, distribute and sell interactive games, entertainment content and related hardware.
Through the provision of consistent and frequent industry research and data, along with communications programs, IGEA promotes the interactive games industry both locally and abroad.
Your AGDAs team is the COO, Raelene Knowles, Director of Industry Development & Programs, Ceri Hutton, Manager of Events, Content & DEI, Sav Wolfe and EA / Events Coordinator, Molly Campbell.