Ripstone Joins Women in Games as a Corporate Ambassador

Women in Games is delighted to announce that indie games studio Ripstone has joined the organisation as a Corporate Ambassador.

Based in Liverpool, UK, Ripstone has enjoyed success over the past decade with key titles including the likes of Chess Ultra, Poker Club and Pure Pool. The studio has a key focus on driving equality and inclusion within its business, and joining Women in Games underlines Ripstone’s commitment in this area.

Amy Wall, Director of Finance at Ripstone said: “Women In Games deserves to be commended for the invaluable work it does – whether that be advocating for parity in pay, improving representation in the industry and eSports, or confronting the many other issues facing women in the industry today. Ripstone is delighted to support Women In Games as a Corporate Ambassador and help uphold the shared values and goals that we stand for.”

Simone McDermott, Game Designer, offered: “I’m proud to be an Ambassador for Women in Games and be part of Ripstone as a company that advocates for women. With both WiGJ and Ripstone behind me, I feel 100% supported and that I belong in this industry, and I look forward to working with WIGJ to make sure all women feel the same sense of support and belonging in the industry we love.”

Jenny Hurley, Head of People, added: “At Ripstone we don’t just talk about equality, diversity and inclusion, we live it every day and our employees think so too with our recent award nomination in this category. We are delighted to be part of Women in Games to help educate and showcase what women in this exciting industry can achieve.”

Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman said: “We are delighted to have Ripstone on board as a Corporate Ambassador at Women in Games. The studio’s commitment to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion is clear, and not least highlighted by Ripstone’s recent award as a Best Place To Work in the UK games industry. We are looking forward to working with the team there, and look forward to what Ripstone can bring to the Women in Games organisation.”

To find out more about becoming a Women in Games Corporate Ambassador, email