The Women in Games community continues to grow around the world, with our Individual Ambassadors – powered by Keywords – having grown by another 80 over the past month. That’s nearly 800 amazing women and allies who have pledged to support our work and ambitions.
We are honoured too that so many games studios and other organisations are now backing our endeavours, with our Corporate Ambassador programme now numbering over 40, and more joining each month. They include 10:10 Games, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Imperium, Creative Assembly, Curve Games, Digital Extremes, Dovetail Games, eFuse, Embracer Group, FunPlus, Ginx TV, Google, Guild Esports, Hangar 13, IESF, ISFE, Jagex, Keywords, Kwalee, Monkey Bubble, Natural Motion, Noble Chairs, Outplay, Paidia Gaming, Riot Games, Ripstone, Ritual Motion, Rockstar Games, Rocksteady Games, Room 8 Group, Sheridans, Snap, Star Stable, Sumo Group, Team 17, Testronic, TT Games, TripleDot, Ubisoft, Unity, Virtuos Games, WB Games, Wizards of the Coast and Yahaha.
Similarly, our Education Ambassador Programme has grown and now encompasses Abertay University, Confetti/NTU, Futureworks, Norwich University of the Arts, Purdue University, Roehampton, UCLAN, Warwick University and Winchester School of Art.
“We are incredibly grateful to all of our Corporate and Education Ambassadors,” said Women in Games Director of Partnerships Lucy Rissik. “Women in Games is a not-for-profit organisation, so the support they provide us ensures that we are able to carry out the important work we do in building a fair, equal and safe environment empowering girls and women in the global gaming ecosystem.
“However, just as important is the commitment our Corporate and Education Ambassadors make in terms of working with us on our initiatives, events and research, and making their own valuable contributions to the Women in Games goals. We thank them all.”
If you are interested in becoming a Corporate or Education Ambassador, contact email@example.com