Women in Games Welcomes a Flurry of New Corporate & Education Ambassadors

Women in Games is delighted to announce no fewer than nine new Corporate and Education Ambassadors have joined the not-for-profit organisation.

GINX TV, Monkey Bubble, Noble Chairs/Overclockers, Padia Gaming, Ripstone, Team17 and Virtuous join the Corporate Ambassador programme, with Warwick University and UCLAN becoming the latest Education Ambassadors.

Established in 2018 the Women in Games Corporate Ambassador Programme consists of a worldwide network of studios, companies and organisations who are aligned and engaged with the Women in Games agenda to support, empower and celebrate female talent in the games industry and esports. The programme provides studios and companies with opportunities to engage with multiple initiatives, activities, events, research opportunities, awards and showcasing talent.

The Women in Games Education Ambassador Programme was founded in 2020 and consists of leading educational institutions, colleges, training providers and awarding bodies which similarly complement and support the Women in Games activities and ambitions.

Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman offered: “2021 has been a pivotal year for Women in Games, having launched our first Careers & Networking Expo in March and hosted our debut Women in Games Festival earlier this month.

“Our programme of activities and activism is gaining traction and we are delighted that games studios, educational institutions and more are joining us as Ambassadors.

“Thank you to all who have joined us recently. We look forward to working with you in our collective aim to support women throughout the games and esports industries.”

If you would like further information about joining Women in Games as a Corporate or Education Ambassador, please email hello@womeningames.org.