Women in Games is delighted to welcome Digital Extremes as a Corporate Ambassador.
Founded in 1993 by James Schmalz, Digital Extremes is a Canadian developer which is best known for creating Warframe, a free-to-play cooperative online action game, and co-creating Epic Games’ Unreal series of games. It is headquartered in London, Ontario.
“We are incredibly pleased to welcome Digital Extremes to our Corporate Ambassador Programme,” said Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman. “We recognise the company’s commitment to diversity and culture, and we look forward to collaborating with them going forward.”
Digital Extremes’ Director of HR Heidi Flynn added: “Digital Extremes is honoured to be an Ambassador for Women in Games.
“At our core we strive to be authentic in creating a path for everyone and allowing every person to bring their best self forward with a sense of belonging. Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that provides a welcome, safe place for every single employee is paramount to who we are.
“Our goal this year is to lead a wave of change within our organisation. We look forward to partnering with Women in Games so that we can provide industry support in communicating and raising awareness of the incredible mission that Women in Games represents.
“We are excited about this new partnership. Together, with Women in Games and the other Ambassadors, we can make a difference!”
To find out more about the Corporate Ambassador Programme, email firstname.lastname@example.org