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Digital Games Tax Offset

On Monday 21 March 2022, Treasury released the draft Digital Games Tax Offset (DGTO) legislation for comment and consultation. The DGTO is a refundable tax offset of an amount equal to 30% of a company's qualifying Australian development expenditure on completing a new digital game, porting a completed digital game to a new platform or ongoing development of completed digital games during an income year. The maximum tax offset available to a company is $20 million per year.

Closing date for submissions is 18 April 2022 and if you have any questions or are interested in contributing to PwC's submission to Treasury on the DGTO, please feel free to contact Sophia Varelas at sophia.varelas@pwc.com, Sam Sargood at sam.sargood@pwc.com or Scott Thorpe at scott.thorpe@pwc.com

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Sophia Varelas

PwC | Private | National Leader - R&D and Government Incentives, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 417 208 230

Richard Gregg

PwC | Private | Partner - R&D Tax, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 0418 752 624

Amanda Gell

PwC | Private | Partner - R&D Tax, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 8 9238 3515

Imelda Alexopoulos

PwC Private | Partner, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 8 8218 7083

Daniel Knox

PwC | Private | Partner - Tax, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 0438 335 794

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