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WIGJ announce evening European Advocacy Awards and call for conference speakers and sponsors

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to announce that the European Games Advocacy Awards and WIGJ Party will take place on the Tuesday 11th September at a venue near to City, University of London.

Women in Games wishes to recognise the Advocates for Change in the European Games sector.

WIGJ has a 10 year […]

WIGJ partner with first female focused GirlGamer Esports Festival in Portugal 20-22 July

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to partner with the first esports festival in Europe focused predominantly on women. The GirlGamer Esports Festival is an action-packed 3 day event that celebrates and promotes female competitiveness in esports. A full day business conference on the Friday is followed by CSGO and League of Legends tournaments where […]

Women in Games groups call for more focus on the female demographic in Paper on Esports.

Women in Games is pleased to publish a Discussion Paper to summarise and address the under-representation of women in all aspects of esports. Working closely with women in games groups in France, Germany and Italy, this Paper was drafted at the inaugural Global Esports Forum organised by Intel and ESL in Katowice on 1st March […]

Women in Games WIGJ Networking Lunch during Develop 2018 in Brighton

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to announce its 9th annual Develop Networking Lunch for women in games on Wednesday 11th July in Brighton. Game developers and supporters of women in games who are going to Develop 2018 or live and work in reach of Brighton, Sussex, UK are invited to a free lunch and […]

3 More Board Appointments at Women in Games WIGJ

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to confirm 3 further board appointments. Vanessa Joyce, Manager Business Development at Multiplay Events joined the board in January. In the last month we also welcome Daniel Wood, COO of Ukie and Ruth Falconer, Head of Division: Computing & Mathematics at Abertay University. Ruth takes over from her colleague […]

Facebook are Headline Sponsor for 2018 Conference, 11-12 September

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to announce that Facebook will be its headline sponsor for the European Women in Games Conference, taking place on the 11th-12th September at City University.

With the objective to educate, inspire and help stimulate future generations, the inspirational two-day event will comprise of keynote speeches, panel discussions and […]

Women in Games WIGJ appoint Timea Tabori as National Coordinator for Scotland

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to announce the appointment of Timea Tabori as Lead Ambassador and National Coordinator for Women in Games in Scotland. In the month that a report from TIGA, the trade association for games developers and digital publishers, shows Scotland now has more than 1500 developers, growing by 27 per cent […]

A Normal Lost Phone by Accidental Queens and Elaine Reynolds win WIGJ Mobile Awards

Women in Games was pleased to host the first edition of the Women in Games Mobile Awards showcasing some of the best, published mobile games created by teams with women developers in Europe at its conference on 6 September. This new competition was endorsed by the IMGA (International Mobile Gaming Awards), the longest standing mobile […]

Catherine Woolley, Glenna Buford and Anita Sarkeesian join the WIGJ European Hall of Fame

Women in Games WIGJ is pleased to welcome Catherine Woolley of Media Molecule, Glenna Buford of Wooga and Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency to its European Women in Games Hall of Fame. The European Women in Games Hall of Fame was created in 2011 and recognises the achievements of women in the European games industry. […]

Women in Games WIGJ appoint further Individual and Corporate Ambassadors

Women in Games is pleased to add 13 further individual ambassadors and 2 new Corporate Ambassadors to its Ambassador Programme. After attending a series of workshops at the European Women in Games Conference, the new Ambassadors were finally approved by the Women in Games Board last week. The organisation is proud to have now 53 […]