Booming gaming sector still struggling for talent

Booming gaming sector still struggling for talent
Brent Melville
The local gaming industry has adapted to life under covid-19 restrictions but its biggest problem, attracting skilled developers and game designers, will stay on the other side of the shutdown, game developers say.There are also a growing number of developers who argue the sector should get government creative arts grants because they are fishing for people from the same pool as the film industry.Grinding Gear Games managing director Chris Wilson said the company's 148 staff were getting used to working autonomously...

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