Organizer Shawn Alexander Allen and exhibitor Xalavier Nelson Jr. talk to GameDaily about the show's importance, and how to affect real change in an industry in desperate need of diversity.
20 streamers will receive upgrades to their setups. StreamElements CEO Doron Nir discusses the initiative's purpose, and how the company is hoping to encourage diversity in the livestreaming sector.
Wonderbelly and Hipster Whale are two women-led studios in a business that remains overwhelmingly male. Roberts and Reeves spoke with GameDaily about the challenges they face, and their optimism that the industry is slowly becoming more diverse.
Sledgehammer veteran Glen Schofield talks with GameDaily about the challenge of creating a single-player game in the PUBG universe while building up a studio in the middle of a pandemic.
The Sony veteran most recently supervised development on 2018's God of War. Yumi Yang will now lead Sony Santa Monica.
A star-studded group of woman from the games industry filled The Strong National Museum of Play to talk about their experiences and creating an environment for the next generation.
A year after Kotaku's investigation into rampant sexism at Riot, things are improving, but not all employees are happy about it.
The fourth annual expo was held in Harlem, NYC this weekend with talks from industry luminaries about working smarter, following your dreams, and aligning art with business.
David Evans of Falling Squirrel wants the visually impaired community to feel included. His upcoming game, The Vale, is an attempt to get blind and sighted gamers playing together. (Photo: GameDaily)