Episode 142: Ron Curry (IGEA) & Developers pull games from GeForce Now

Ron Curry CEO of Australian games industry peak body IGEA shares why they've merged with Game developer organisation GDAA
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Ron Curry, CEO of Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) joins us to discuss its merger with the Game Developers Association of Australia (GDAA) and what that organisation will look like going forward as the one representative body for games in Australia.

Nvidia's Geforce Now service allows you to stream games you've already purchased from a virtual computers to any device in the world, but developers have quickly pulled their games from it claiming they were not asked for permission.

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