Grow Up Collects 16,055 R18+ Submissions

Grow Up Australia, the group who worked with EB Games to promote R18+ reform for video games, has announced they collected 16,055 submissions for the Attorney-General’s Department discussion.

With an online form available to make submissions simple, and their partnership that put R18+ information into every EB Games store in the country, Grow Up Australia is set to deliver a great additional set of comments to the debate.

Aaron John Percival, one of Grow Up Australia’s founders, said 99% of submissions through their website were in favour of adding R18+. Most submissions were received during the partnership with EB Games.

Sunday is the deadline, folks. Get in while the getting’s good.

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