Firesprite Become a Women In Games Corporate Ambassador

Category: studio

October 11, 2022

We join the Women In Games Corporate Ambassadorship program

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We’re so excited to announce that Firesprite are joining the Women In Games Corporate Ambassadorship program!

Women in Games “believe that getting more women into games and esports should be framed as a national, international and strategic priority, a business case for stronger teams, better insights, innovative new products. We believe in more people, more diversity and more perspectives.”

The organisation play a crucial role in championing a more diverse and inclusive games industry and we’re looking forward to working with them to help support, empower and celebrate talented women in games. This aligns with our values here at Firesprite, where we believe gaming is for everyone.

We’re proud to have supported the celebration of women in gaming through our previous sponsorship of the MCV/Develop Women in Games Awards in March of this year, as well as the recent sponsorship of the Favourite Woman Game Protagonist Award at the Women in Games Global Awards last month, and we are so excited to embark on this phase of our journey with the fantastic organisation as a Corporate Ambassador.

The Corporate Ambassadorship Programme “exists to provide studios and companies with opportunities to engage with multiple initiatives, activities, events, research opportunities, awards and showcasing talent. And connect directly with our Education and Individual Ambassadors as well as our wider community.”

Firesprite People Development Director, Becky Brown, said:

“We are delighted to join the Women In Games Corporate Ambassadorship program, becoming part of a network aligned to support, empower and celebrate talented women in games. We’re looking forward to working with WIGJ, advocating for a more inclusive industry.”

We’re excited to share more news and developments with you over the coming weeks and months. For all the latest updates, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.

For more information on the work that Women in Games do and how you can support or get involved, visit their website here.