We’re delighted to announce that European games recruitment specialist Amiqus has joined Women in Games as a Corporate Ambassador.

Headed up by Business Manager Liz Prince (pictured), Amiqus is an award-winning recruitment specialist based in the UK, which works with studios and individuals throughout Europe.

An Individual Ambassador herself, Liz Prince has long collaborated with Women in Games, speaking at our events and contributing last year to the Women in Games Guide: Building A Fair Playing Field. She launched the pro bono campaign Putting The G Into Gaming five years ago which aims to encourage more women and girls to consider a career in games, and regularly speaks at events about how studios can better approach EDI, and how women and girls can improve their confidence.

She said: “We’re very happy to support Women in Games as a Corporate Ambassador. The organisation is so important and the work it does in supporting and encouraging women and girls in games is vital if we are to see better gender representation across the industry.

“We know from our own work, and via our G Into Gaming initiative, that there are studios who have much to do when it comes to attracting and retaining women; we also recognise that women and girls need more support through all stages of their career.

“We’re looking forward to collaborating with Women in Games in its work in these areas and beyond.”

Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman added: “We’re delighted to welcome Liz and the whole Amiqus team to Women in Games as Corporate Ambassadors. Liz has contributed much to our organisation over the past couple of years, so we are looking forward to what we can achieve collaboratively with Amiqus in the future.”

If you are interested in becoming a Women in Games Corporate Ambassador, emails sponsorship@womeningames.org