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Focus on the Journey: WIG SIG profiles data scientist Yang Wen

Yang Wen is the principle data scientist at Zynga. She is working in the role to bridge the gap between game development and analytics.

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Far, far beyond: WIG SIG profiles Game of the Year designer Elizabeth Hargrave

Elizabeth Hargrave is a board game designer. Her game, Wingspan from Stonemaier Games, won the prestigious 2019 Kennerspiel des Jahres (Game of the Year).

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In Response to Sexism, Abuse, and Harassment: Resources for Mental Health, Legal Support, and More

We have been deeply affected by the testimony of everyone who has come forward with details about pervasive sexism, sexual harassment and abuse, and abuse of labor in the games industry this week. In response, we have begun to compile this list of resources.

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The IGDA Women in Games (WIG) Special Interest Group (SIG) was formed to create a positive impact on the game industry with respect to gender balance in the workplace and the marketplace. The IGDA WIGSIG offers community, resources and opportunities to those already in the games industry, as well as people seeking to break into the business.

Get Involved

Be a part of the Women in Games community. Your involvement in our community brings us closer to the goal of building greater awareness amongst our peers and colleagues of relevant programs, issues and opportunities that serve to help diversify the state of game development.

Speaker Bureau

We’re consolidating a more diverse list of speakers for game development and tech events. Throw your hat into the ring by clicking here.

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