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Maria Wagner on how the gaming industry can lead the change for sustainability
General Manager of GamesForest.Club talks to us about climate change, and her childhood in Kazakhstan
A mere 1.87% of venture capital is allocated to minority-owned startups, Diversity VC finds
Survey carried out between 28 June 2022 and 20 September 2022
AviaGames CEO and founder Vickie Chen celebrated as an Industry Leader and Female Executive of the Year by Forbes China and Stevie Awards
Forbes China ceremony has now taken place; Stevie Awards ceremony is coming in November
Toya and Dove partner to educate young girls on body image, self-esteem and social media literacy
Newzoo shines spotlight on female gamers
Recent analytics indicates female players are still less likely to refer to themselves as gamers and mobile gaming is top way to play.
Women in Games launches free guide to gender equality in gaming
Women in Games founder David Smith retires from role
Founded the non-profit in 2009 to bring more women in the industry
Gameloft, Square Enix and Ludia Games to celebrate female leadership in virtual event
Women-first streaming platform Dorian raises $14 million
Women in Games Global Festival taking place this September
Virtual event includes awards ceremony, games jam and esports tournament
"Games companies and media platforms need to take more responsibility when it comes to addressing toxicity and harassment"
Women in Games week culminates with BAFTA Games host Elle Osili-Wood
"It’s the success and development of female executives that will change perceptions about gaming"
"People still seem to be surprised by the fact that women actually make games and don't only work in auxiliary functions"
Women in Games week continues with Trailmix CEO Carolin Krenzer
"Your career should not fully define your identity," says Popagenda co-founder Geneviève St-Onge
Women in Games week continues as Geneviève St-Onge highlights the need for identity.