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Imagination Games

Imagination Games
Type Private
Industry Games
Founded 1984
Headquarters Adelaide, Australia
Key people Shane Yeend, CEO

Imagination Games is a multi-platform game company that creates, produces and distributes interactive entertainment to the world.


Imagination Game is a subsidiary of Imagination Entertainment and part of the Imagination Group of Companies.

Imagination is a global games and media company with offices and distribution in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Imagination manages a portfolio of companies and investments that range from Aviation to Property. Imagination was awarded Most Innovative Company in America under 2000 employees and the same year Most Innovative Company in Asia Pacific under 2000 employees. Imagination’s Co-founder and CEO awarded Deloitte Innovator of the Year in 2002 and was Ernst & Young Australian Entrepreneur of the Year in 2007.

Imagination Ventures have donated more than $7 million to charities in Australia since 2004, with over $5 million going to the McGuiness McDermott foundation for Women’s & Children’s Hospital projects in South Australia. In 2012 Imagination purchased the rights to Humphrey B Bear one of Australia’s longest running Children’s Preschool Properties. The much-loved bear has signed on to become the Women's & Children's Foundation's "Ambassabear".


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