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“I do feel the games industry has made progress, albeit kicking and screaming in some cases” – Women in games speak about their experiences in the industry

Ahead of the Women in Games Awards, we reached out to both the judges and industry veterans to learn what needs to be done to make the industry a welcoming place for all

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Facebook Gaming: The next level of diversity and inclusion

As part of Facebook Gaming’s support of this week’s Women in Games Awards, Cheryl Savage, Facebook’s Director of Gaming, EMEA talks about how we can push for better representation in the games industry. 2020 has shown us once again that gaming can bring people together. While we stayed apart, games …

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“This year hasn’t been easy for anyone, but for those with children 2020 has presented a whole different set of challenges.” – Women in Games sponsor OPM Jobs on the unexpected challenges of COVID-19

"More so than ever before our focus throughout the pandemic has been on flexibility, mental-health awareness, diversity and adaptability"

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“It feels as though the games industry is moving into a new phase” – Women in Games Awards sponsor Creative Assembly on the growing diversity in our industry

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“We are more open, having difficult but important conversations, and challenging ourselves and each other to improve.”

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