Entries in 'MCV Pacific Women In Games' (200)
There are just days left for you to get your nominations in for both the Women In Games List and Awards.
Organised by Girl Geek Academy, the 2017 edition of She Hacks VIC is set to be largest all-female hackathon in the world.
The Women In Games Lunch presented by Xbox returns for 2017, Microsoft to offer GDC 2018 scholarship
MCV Pacific is proud to announce the return of the annual Women In Games Lunch, as Microsoft steps up their involvement.
Nominations for both the 2017 Women In Games List, The Game Changers, and the Women In Games Awards will close next Friday.
The organisation will no longer host an annual mixer, with plans to focus on directly supporting female developers across the state.
MCV Pacific has today announced that the nomination period for this years Women In Games list, the Gamechangers will be extended to March 31.
The judging panel for the 2017 Women in Games Awards List and Awards has been announced, with leading members from across the local games industry voting on these special accolades. ...
As revealed earlier, MCV Pacific has announced several changes and additions to this year’s awards.
MCV Pacific has today outlined a number of major changes to this year’s celebration of Women in the Industry.
A night of drinks and networking will be held on Thursday July 14.
As a part of two new Andrews Labor Government programs, six Women In Games have been awarded fellowships by Film Victoria.
The all female hackathon returns for a third year.
Five Australian independent female developers have been accepted to attend Lyst at the end of this month.
Kim has spent the past 15 years honing her skills at EB Games.
Here is a small snippet from yesterday's lunch.
Giselle Rosman has been named Woman of the Year for a second time.
Tania Chee returns to the Women In Games list for a second time.
The Brand Engagement manager continues to add MCV Pacific lists to her CV.
Katy Andrews is a Marketing Manager currently working at Xbox in Australia and feared by gamers the world over by her gamertag, “KATYHAWK”.
Katie Collins prides herself in being a great role model for her two daughters.
One of the most recognisible faces in gaming, Lucy O'Brien continues to shine at IGN.
The one time health care industry member has become one of the most influential people in games.
The Spiral Media staffer started her working life with a very unique career.
The Kiwi retail veteran has ascended from the shop floor to EB Games buying team, and is a key member of the New Zealand retail landscape.