Australia’s Academy of Interactive Entertainment has set aside $50,000 to award in grant to teams of game developers who have passed through its Incubator program. The AIE expects to double this amount to $100,000 in 2015, for teams who graduate from the scheme in 2014. It describes the grants as “just the beginning of a comprehensive support scheme” for Incubator alumni. Grant applications open today; visit the AIE’s website for more details on the funding and the Incubator program in general.
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