The Closer: IGDA WIG SIG profiles Far Cry 5’s Anne Farmer

Anne Farmer is an American living in Quebec, Canada with more than 10 years of experience in the industry.  She has worked her way up from Quality Control testing for THQ to closing projects for Ubisoft Montreal.  She’s an expert in closing, having worked for the past...
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Everlove is in the Air: WIG SIG profiles COO Kirsten Forbes

Co-Founder and COO of Silicon Sisters Interactive (Canada’s first female-led game development studio), Kirsten Forbes formerly served as VP of Product Development at Roadhouse Interactive. She currently works as VP of Development for Shoal Games. The following was...
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Love What You Do: WIG SIG Profiles VR Developer Isabel Vasquez

Isabel Vasquez is the CEO and co-founder of Focka Games  She studied business administration and 6 years of management experience working for other companies then founded the studio along with Alfredo Gallardo. Their first VR game, DMD Mars Mission, will launch in a...
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