2021 events now open
View all the Industry, Public and Education events of MIGW 2021.
Button Fox on Twitch
This live broadcast will take you behind the scenes at Melbourne fashion label Button Fox as they create clothing inspired by digital games.
GCAP 2021 - Raising the Bar - Day 3
GCAP 2021 returns 4-6 October as a digital event as part of Melbourne International Games Week and will raise the bar on what the games industry can achieve when we are united once more.
Games for Change Asia Pacific - Wednesday October 6th - Festival Day 1
From 5-7 October 2021, in conjunction with Melbourne International Games Week, the Games for Change Asia-Pacific Festival will launch across the region with a mixture of live and virtual events.
Melbourne Queer Games Festival + Awards
In its 4th year, this online event will showcase and celebrate the contemporary, autobiographical, experimental and political components to worldwide queer games scene that make it exciting and dangerous and beautiful and unique.
The Australian Game Developer Awards
The Australian Game Developer Awards (AGDAs) are a national event celebrating outstanding games and individual achievements by Australian game developers.
Types of events
From crowd favourites like Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP), High Score and the Australian Game Developer Awards through to the new GCAP Invest, join us for a series of innovative and inspiring industry-focused events – brought to you online in 2021.
Open to everyone, from families and casual game players to hardcore gamers, these online events will bring out the gamer in us all.
Online events designed for educators of all levels to discover the future of games in education.
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