The games industry has long struggled with diversity and representation, but things have slowly begun to change over the last few years. Image: Passage Home VR by D. Fox Harrell and Danielle Olson
Skult is a strong advocate for diversity in the games industry. She talked to GameDaily about how she plans to leverage her background as CEO of MiTale to further the IGDA's goal of supporting and empowering game developers.
Expo co-organizer Catt Small talks to GameDaily about the show's importance, how it's grown over the years, and the importance of diversity in the games industry.
Event organizers talk to GameDaily about the origins of Next Lev'elles, and the importance of gender equality in a traditionally male-dominated business.
Equality and diversity have always been a primary focus for Seelye during her years in the games business. This week, she's doubling down on her efforts.
The $300,000 Diverse Game Developers Fund looks to shine a light on the homogenous nature of the business, and how it can benefit from a more varied working body.
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.