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Women in Games are still working hard to promote and support equality, even in this uncertain time.

Our hearts are with those who have been affected personally by the outbreak of COVID-19 as well as the many communities around the world that are facing extreme measures in the attempt to slow its spread. There has been an unprecedented change in the way businesses operate, and the games industry is no exception.

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200 WIGJ Ambassadors now in 32 different countries including Portugal, Colombia, Brazil and Panama

Ambassador led meetup in Colombia.

Women in Games is pleased to announce the appointment of a further 36 Ambassadors bringing the total to 200. New Ambassadors in Portugal, Colombia, Brazil and Panama mean that the Women in Games organisation is now represented in 32 different countries. 22 of new Ambassadors are based in the […]

WIGJ now in 28 countries with Ambassadors in Poland, Switzerland, Pakistan, Singapore and Mexico.

Ambassadors meeting at 2019 conference.

Women in Games is pleased to announce the appointment of a further 24 Ambassadors bringing the total to 167. New Ambassadors in Poland, Switzerland, Pakistan, Singapore and Mexico mean that the Women in Games organisation is now represented in 28 different countries. 9 of the 24 new Ambassadors are […]

WIGJ welcomes Barclays as Corporate Ambassador and partners at London event on 23 January

Women in Games is pleased to welcome Barclays Ventures to its Corporate Ambassador programme joining the likes of Dovetail, Outplay, 2K, Creative Assembly, Rockstar, Ubisoft and Sumo. Barclays Ventures’ mission is to grow new businesses through next generation propositions and capabilities.

David Gowans, Head of Creative Technologies of Barclays Ventures said, “As we support UK […]

WIGJ appoints first Ambassadors in Canada, Argentina, Nigeria, India, China and New Zealand

Women in Games is pleased to announce the appointment of a further 29 Ambassadors bringing the total to 143. New Ambassadors in Canada, Argentina, Nigeria, India, China and New Zealand mean that the Women in Games organisation is now represented in 23 different countries. 12 of the new 29 Ambassadors are based outside of Europe […]

Women in Games expands Ambassador Programme adding 39 new Ambassadors

Women in Games is delighted to announce a significant expansion of its Ambassador Programmer under Ambassador Director, Gemma Johnson-Brown. We welcome in alphabetical order: Abbey Plumb, Anna Tang, Antonella Sassu, Becca Stabler, Charlotte Cook, Cisssy Biri, Clare Green, Dan Sun, Dominika Chorosinska, Elly Johnson, Esta Galih, Fiona Turner-Stone, Jade Summers, Jayd Matyas, Jennipher Judge, Jessica […]

Winners of the Women in Games European Awards 2019

Our awards are over for 2019. Congratulations to all the winners!

Winners of the Hall of Fame ( sponsored by 2K / Hangar 13) Christina Myers Catharina Bohler

Advocacy Award Winners (sponsored by Creative Assembly) Women in Games France Girls’ Game Lab Womenize! Games and Tech

– Special mention to Autistica

Corporate Ambassador Winner (sponsored […]

Ten Years On, What Does the Future Hold for Women in Games? Past, Present, Future

Women in Games has a 10-year history of addressing a range of important and progressive causes, with the overarching mission to “achieve full and lasting equality for all women throughout the games industry” Women in Games is a not-for-profit organisation built with the support of dedicated volunteers and a number of companies that have proactively […]

Shortlists for the Women in Games Hall of Fame and Advocacy Awards and Awards Party 11 September

The Women in Games European Hall of Fame was created in 2011 to specially recognise the achievements of women in the European Games industry. Each year exceptional women are recognised at the Women in Games European Conference. Congratulations to Christina Myers, originally from Columbia and now based in the UK, Micaela Romanini from Italy, […]

Learn, Debate and Network with Women who are Innovating the Games Industry

The annual Women in Games European Conference returns for 2019 representing the diverse talent that exists in the games industry. This year over 50 leading speakers and panellists will deliver a mix of keynote speeches, panel discussions and workshops, coupled with the Women in Games Awards and 10th Anniversary Party.

As an inclusive event, the […]