Tag Archives: diversity

New WIG CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman aims to boost women in development

The new CEO of Women in Games has identified development and management as key areas that needs better female representation. As a researcher at Norwich University of the Arts, Marie-Claire Isaaman found out that women in the games industry tend to work in marketing or HR – but not in …

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"Diversity is a practice, not just a word"

Animosity towards Beamdog for including a transgender character in Baldur’s Gate. Hate campaign against former Nintendo employee Alison Rapp. Overwatch’s Tracer butt pose. Valve being sued over alleged transgender discrimination. Tensions over gay and black characters at defunct Lionhead. Paradox having to take down a mod that removed Stellaris’ racial …

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New BAME in Games organisation launched to attract diversity in games

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 …

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ESL and Intel create AnyKey diversity program for eSports

A partnership between ESL and Intel is hoping to improve and support the diversity around competitive gaming with the launch of the AnyKey initiative this week. The core goal of the program is tocreate more opportunities and inclusive spaces in eSports, and advocate for underrepresented members of competitive communities, such …

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