The Multiplayer Group has joined the Women in Games Corporate Ambassador Programme with a desire to work with us towards our goals and missions.

Having established itself as a leading co-development operation in the multiplayer games sector, MPG last year extended its services to include full development and analytics services. Headquartered in Nottingham, UK, its team of over 350 is spread worldwide across 33 countries.

With a core focus on Positive Influence, the Multiplayer Group has recently been certified a ‘Climate Positive Business’ for a third year running. From helping to protect endangered ecosystems in Borneo, to forest regeneration in Spain, MPG is now supporting eight nature-benefiting projects through Earthly to balance 110% of its impact each year.

As a company, it also runs sustainability initiatives internally to support the planet and decrease its carbon footprint further.

Andy Norman, CEO of The Multiplayer Group, said: “At MPG, we believe the happiest, most creative Multiplayer teams are made up of all different types of people. Women in Games pride themselves on ‘shaping the future of games’, and that fully aligns with what we’re striving to achieve at The Multiplayer Group; we’re challenging the way the industry works, by putting people first as a strategic priority.

“We listen to our team and this means embracing diversity, ensuring work-life balance, continuing to be climate positive, giving back, and working with allies like Women in Games to help the industry be a better place for everyone.

“While MPG are making big strides forward, we recognise there is still some way to go; partnering with Women in Games forms part of a larger strategy, to ensure that moves like this really make a difference within our organisation and the industry, and to ensure we’re building a fair, equal and safe environment.”

Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman added: “It’s clear that MPG’s commitment to having a ‘Positive Influence’ aligns with the focus of Women in Games, particularly when it comes to gender equity, diversity and inclusion. We look forward to our journey ahead with MPG as part of our Corporate Ambassador family.”

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