Group aims to drive diversity in the games industry

New BAME in Games organisation founded

A new network has been founded to encourage a more diverse workforce in the UK games industry.

Called BAME in Games, the firm is an advocacy group designed to encourage a more diverse work force within games and the entertainment market at large. BAME stands for of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic.

The organisation is being Chaired by Kish Hirani (pictured) who has previously worked at the PlayStation, Microsoft, THQ and the BBC. His vice chairs are Digital Jam’s Tanya Laird and Adam Campbell from Hopster.

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