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Kiwi game studios on the verge of shifting to Australia

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Will Mace Tue, 01 Nov 2022

Rob Vickery is imagining a world in which video games provide a powerhouse for the Kiwi economy – where an industry made up of more than 100 gaming studios employs 25,000 people and generates $5 billion worth of taxes.

But without some government support to keep New Zealand competitive with the

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