GDAA mate, Aussie developer group chief quitting

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Alexander Sliwinski
June 19th, 2008
In this article: australia, gdaa, tax, tax-break, tax-breaks
GDAA mate, Aussie developer group chief  quitting

Greg Bondar, CEO of the Game Developers' Association of Australia (GDAA), will quit his post on July 12. Bondar tells Gamespot AU that he's moving on to "pursue other opportunities" after being with the organization for 18 months.

The GDAA has been the group pushing for Aussie game developers to receive the 40% tax break currently bestowed upon their film-making brethren. The group is trying to prevent the continent from being left behind as various nations and states lure game developers with yummy tax breaks. Mmmmmm, tax breaks.
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