The AARP notes that the average age of gamers is climbing, but is the industry ready to accommodate an older generation? Renee Gittins, executive director of the IGDA weighs in.
As more game studios look to prioritize quality of life for developers, Renee Gittins, executive director of the International Game Developers Association, offers her thoughts.
Freshly appointed IGDA Foundation executive director, Nika Nour, talks with GameDaily about keeping diversity and inclusion work fun and approachable and hopefully putting herself out of a job.
Newly appointed IGDA executive director, Renee Gittins, talks with GameDaily about her vision for the organization and how she wants to give back to the game development community through her new position.
After two years as the public face of the IGDA, MacLean embarks on a new journey at Amazon Game Tech. We caught up with her to talk about why she left and what mark she wants to leave on the game industry as a result of her work.
MacLean will take a one-year position on the IGDA board to assist with the transition while Lucien Parsons steps in as interim Executive Director.
Giving game developers access to the broader data that they need to make sound business decisions could be the positive shake-up that the industry needs.
The non-profit organization will improve its member benefits, too.
Game Workers Unite UK has become a legal trade union within Britain. The union's formation speaks to a growing call for change among game industry workers.
IGDA executive director Jen MacLean compares the loot box monetization issue, which has sparked an FTC investigation, to prior industry challenges like game ratings.