Originally, video games in Australia could only be rated up to MA15 .
At the time, the R18 classification rating could be given to film, but a video game with content deemed fitting for the R18 rating would be 'Refused Classification' due to an appropriate classification not being available for the medium.
In July and August 2011, all Australian state Attorneys-General agreed to instate an R18 rating for video games, which would be available by the end of 2011.
Many games previously refused classification would now fit into the R18 rating and, if the publisher chose to pay the reclassification fee, would theoretically be able to sell their game in Australia.
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The date was later changed to allow the rating to be introduced at the beginning of 2013.
With the R18 rating in place, it is expected fewer video games will be Refused Classification.