#WeAre: Changing the Game

From inspirational profiles of women in gaming to interviews with the diverse members of the video game industry, check out this page for the stories of the vibrant and multifaceted community.

Content Creators Talk Games: A Discussion on Creating Games-Focused Content for Fans

Although it might look easy from the outside, streaming can be a full-time job. Content creation in the gaming space requires more than a game, a camera, and a smile: it usually means sleepless nights, a full schedule, and self-starting multiple projects. The ESA Foundation’s We Are movement invited some of the most influential women in games-focused content to discuss their work, and to explain just how challenging it can be.

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Journey Into Games

The ESA Foundation’s We Are movement invited four influential women to discuss their trek through the gaming industry in a candid panel, reviewing their inspirations, beginnings, and the challenges they face as they continue to transform the space. Their stories are worthy of inspiring a new generation of women to delve into the creative sphere of game development and marketing.

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Small Studios, Big Ideas

It’s no secret that making games can be stressful. Managing a game development studio can also be tricky, especially for independent developers. The ESA’s We Are Movement invited four female leaders in indie game development to discuss these challenges, and explain how they use their work to bring positivity to a creatively taxing environment where women’s leadership isn’t always the norm.

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We Are Announces E3 2018 Booth and Programming

We Are’s upcoming E3 2018 appearance will feature a booth on the show floor with a variety of programming and entertainment, including live talks, a photo exhibition featuring women in the video game industry, an arcade, custom merchandise benefiting the ESA Foundation's mission, a Facebook video activation, and more. We Are invites all E3 attendees to come explore what makes the video game industry so vibrant and diverse at Booth #823 in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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