Clone-nite Unknown: Intellectual Property in Games

Oct 24, 2018

10:30

ROOM 205

50

ALL LEVELS

Clones – the dirty word of the video game industry.

When it takes so much to create an original game, it can be devastating to have essentially the same game released under a different guise. But intellectual property (IP) affects games in many more ways than just cloned games.

Hear about some of the legal tools you have to protect your work, how to avoid situations where you step on someone else’s work, and how you can make IP work for you, not against you.

  • Matt Lee

    Senior Communication Officer

    IP Australia