Crackdown on games welcomed by Wagga gambling counsellor

Stephen Mudd
By Stephen Mudd
August 1 2016 - 4:00am
PLAYING WITH FIRE: Joshua Graham, a gamer and software developer from Uranquinty, doesn't think games should have 'in-game purchases'. Picture: Les Smith.

A Wagga gambling counsellor has welcomed independent Senator Nick Xenophon’s plan to crack down on a new breed of video games.


Stephen Mudd

Stephen Mudd


Stephen Mudd is a journalist for Fairfax Media west of the great divide. He loves music, dogs and travel.

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