Given that more gamers are accustomed to creating and uploading their own videos on a regular basis, the amount of people proficient with the Adobe suite of tools - like Premiere and Photoshop - is higher.
But you know what else is higher? The amount you'll have to pay for it.
In an email that went out to all users this morning, Adobe has announced that from December 1 they will begin charging 10% GST "on all goods and services to our customers in Australia".
"Your next bill, on or after this date, will reflect the new tax rate. Note that this change does not affect the base price of your Adobe products," the email, reported earlier by Gizmodo, said.
The change will affect a fair few developers, students and content creators, with the Creative Cloud monthly subscription price increasing from a minimum of $11.99/month to $13.18/month. Access to just a single program, like Premiere, will now cost $25.28 a month instead of $22.99. And if you want the whole lot, it'll be $63.78 a month instead of $57.99.