The Institute of Games – White Paper

Our White Paper explains why we work in the space of gaming / wellbeing and safety. We believe that children have a right to access video games, but we also think there is work to be done to keep gaming safe and healthy for children. This will benefit both families and the video games industry.

by Steven Dupon – 2018

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Submission to the Senate Environment and Communication Commission

The Institute of Games prepared a submission to the inquiry into the gaming micro-transactions for chance-based items. Director Steven Dupon was requested to attendĀ  the commission hearing and provide evidence.

by Steven Dupon – 2018

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No Gambling in Games Factsheets

The Institute of Games is funded to explore the link between gambling and video games. As part of this work we developed 3 factsheets for parents to raise awareness about Social Casino Games, Lootboxes and Gambling with Virtual Items.

by Steven Dupon – 2017

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The Parent’s Guide to Gaming

A FREE resource for parents and professionals to help you manage gaming in the home. This resource was funded by the City of Manningham and developed for YMCA of Manningham.

by Steven Dupon – 2015

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The Video Games Report

This was our first report on the impact of video games developed for Manningham YMCA with funding from the City of Manningham. This report was produced in 2012 and is now outdated.

by Steven Dupon – 2012

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