Award-winning games recruitment specialist Amiqus will be hosting a booth at the upcoming Women in Games Careers, Development & Networking Expo.

Amiqus has 20+ years of experience in placing candidates with some of the biggest studios in Europe. Five years ago, it also founded the G Into Gaming campaign to encourage women and girls to consider a career in games, and then support them through their journeys. Meanwhile, Amiqus’ Business Manager Liz Prince (pictured) is a long-time supporter of Women in Games, taking part in our events as a speaker and contributing to the Women in Games Guide: Building A Fair Playing Field.

The Amiqus and G Into Gaming booth at the Careers, Development & Networking Expo will give delegates the opportunity to gain advice on how to stand out from the crowd with great tips on CVs, portfolios, interviews and more. Liz Prince will also be hosting a session on confidence as part of the day-long programme on the booth – look out for more details coming soon.

She said: “The games industry is making efforts to encourage and support women and girls in the workplace, but there’s still much to be done – which is why events like this are so important. We’re delighted to be taking part, and look forward to welcoming delegates from around the world to our booth to offer advice and guidance on their career journeys – whether they are just starting out, or are looking to move to the next rung of the ladder.”

The Women in Games Careers, Development & Networking Expo takes place virtually on Thursday March 9thon the Hopin platform. The day has been designed to cover all time zones, running from 8.00am till 9.15pm GMT.

The Careers, Development & Networking Expo is free to attend, and delegates from around the world will be given the opportunity to:

  • Learn about the career options available in games and esports, and get advice on how to take those first steps on their journeys in the industry
  • Gain advice and inspiration about career progression and development, for those already working in the sector
  • Be inspired by the stories and advice from international speakers
  • Attend ‘AMA’ (Ask Me Anything) sessions which will discuss the full spectrum of careers and disciplines on offer in games
  • Meet with studios and other games companies who are currently hiring
  • Network with women, girls and allies from around the world via the event platform’s networking function

To register for free for the Women in Games Careers, Development & Networking Expo, click here.

To find out more about hosting a booth at the event, email