Sponsors of Awesomeness!

Another successful Perth Games Festival has been had! So we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the brilliant sponsors who have come together to support the event, and keep it awesome and free.  So join us in saying a super big THANK YOU to…


The City of Perth has been amazing and accommodating in helping us make this year’s festival a reality.

We hope we’ve made them proud with our efforts this year, and we always look forward to working with them 🙂 Best City! We love you City of Perth and your beautiful Christmas lights too!

PS- We love the new library too!


Everyone meet Binary Space….

Thanks to this cool bunch of local developers we were able to secure AUSLAN interpreters for our talks and panels, ensuring that our deaf gamers and devs didn’t miss a word!

Binary Space developed the Zombie Outbreak Simulator – which allows you to customize your own zombie apocalypse from thousands of real locations worldwide on Google Maps.

Be sure to come along to Perth Games Festival to see these guys in action as they show us a sneak peak of their new game – A Zombie Adventure.

Gold Sponsor: Binary Space

Thanks again for being this year’s GOLD SPONSOR- you guys are real champs!


Murdoch University offers a wide range of courses such as Game Art and Design, and Games and App Production. You will learn everything you need to know at Murdoch to get your game idea developed and launched to the global market.

Bronze Sponsor: Murdoch University

Murdoch are a BRONZE SPONSOR this year; thanks to them we can ensure our festival is fun and educational.

SAE is the world’s leading educator in creative media industries, with 53 campuses across 27 countries. Their students receive and outstanding education ensuring they are industry ready.

Thanks to their sponsorship this year we know just like their graduates they have helped give us that competitive edge!

Bronze Sponsor: SAE

Thanks for being a BRONZE SPONSOR this year!


GameCloud are the official media partner for the event, connecting with local game developers to bring you all the news on their games, plus interviews, reviews and more.

GameCloud - Media Sponsor
GameCloud is an online games media outlet based in Perth, Western Australia. We aim to deliver detailed reviews, features, and original content that is not influenced by profiteering.


You can check out their report on this year’s festival here! : https://gamecloud.net.au/reports/perth-games-festival-2017

Microsoft help us out tangibly by providing a venue for the post-festival “Unconference”, an event for local game developers to discuss their ideas arising from their Perth Games Festival experiences.

This provides valuable networking opportunities in the development community, and strengthens the relationships that already exist. 

Thanks Microsoft for providing your support!

The Nostalgia Box is not only a place to go check out iconic consoles and gaming history, they also host local playtesting events for Playup Perth! Ten happy people snapped up adult passes for this place when they completed Badge Quest this year- certainly the hottest tickets around!

Nostalgia Box - Logo

Nostalgia Box is Australia’s 1st interactive Video Game Console Museum, located in Northbridge. A day at The Nostalgia Box promises new experiences, a loving trip down memory lane, and a crash-course in the history of gaming. This is the perfect opportunity to share your childhood with loved ones or just relive it once more!


Without the contribution of these sponsors, the Perth Games Festival just would not be possible, so we mean it when we say THANK YOU!


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