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Hangar 13 and 2K confirmed as Headline Sponsors for Women in Games Global Conference 2020

Women in Games is thrilled to confirm the continued relationship with Hangar 13 and 2K for this year’s conference. Hangar 13 and 2K said,

“Two years ago, Hangar 13 began its long-term partnership with Women in Games. The studio is proud to build upon this relationship and its commitment to the organisation’s mission by renewing its headline sponsorship and supporting the first-ever Global Women in Games Conference. It has been an incredible time period for both Hangar 13 and Women in Games, as both have grown in stature and numbers. Women in Games has increased its number of ambassadors, and its members now span more than 30 countries around the world. In addition, Hangar 13 has tripled in size, as the studio is gearing up for the eagerly anticipated release of Mafia: Definitive Edition on September 25.

 

It has been incredibly rewarding to see Women in Games go from one corporate sponsor to the many that it has today. ‘Strength in numbers’ really resonates here, as Women in Games has made some fantastic leaps this past year and is poised to flourish as  it continues to expand. We’ve all had to experience some difficult times these past few months, making organisations like Women in Games, along with its industry partners, integral in championing awareness, opportunity, support, diversity and inclusion. We are excited by what the next year may bring for Women in Games and Hangar 13, and what can be achieved by everyone we help within the games industry.”

Marie-Claire Isaaman, CEO of Women in Games commented “For the third year 2K and Hangar 13 support Women in Games as Headline Sponsors for our Global Conference. We have worked closely together across the last couple of years and will continue to do so, with exciting plans to increase our activities and impact globally going forward. This support demonstrates the continued drive from 2K to proactively address diversity and gender balance in the games industry and we are looking forward to what we can achieve in the next year”.

 

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