The tech giant plans to focus on working with third-party game studios instead.
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The arrangement is part of a growing list of similar deals the Digital Transformation Agency has inked with other major tech providers, such as Amazon Web services and IBM.
The move is part of the state's efforts to become more resilient in a post-COVID world.
It previously had to spend hours just to produce a risk spreadsheet for the leadership team.
IBM will "focus" on providing a cloud-native capability to support transactions that take place between the ATO, businesses, and superannuation funds each year in Australia.
The new cloud data centre region would be its first in Taiwan and part of a global network of 66 cloud regions.
Optus will build a dedicated business unit that works with AWS Professional Services to provide cloud services.
As part of the company's bid to address customers' needs during the pandemic.