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But as of now there's no word as to what the office will be handling, and if it will include any game development. But with Tony Reed the now former CEO of the Game Developers Association of Australia (GDAA) helping to establish Epic Games Australia and New Zealand, it certainly sounds like more than a PR division.

The announcement came this week at the Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) conference where Tony Reed announced that he was stepping down from his position within the GDAA, noting that his next venture will to help out Epic Games. With the success and growth of Fortnite across the globe, Epic Games expanding into other regions, including our own, makes sense.

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