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Marooned: Gaming industry laments funding and hiring challenges

Henry Burrell
Tue, 06 Oct 2020

Henry Burrell
Tue, 06 Oct 2020
The gaming sector has weathered the covid storm but continues to suffer from a lack of funding and New Zealand’s closed borders, according to those in the industry.“Pre-covid, everyone we spoke to was expecting to continue that growth or expecting to do better. Post-covid it’s a whole other conversation,” Cassandra Gray, chairperson of the NZ Game Developers Association, told BusinessDesk.“The game industry is fairly lucky in that we were in some ways spared from a lot of the worst parts of lockdown because it&rsqu...

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