BAME in Games launch UK wide mentorship programme

Advocacy group BAME in Games is please to announce a mentorship programme aimed at encouraging more diverse talent to wok in the Games Industry by connecting aspiring young people with industry professionals.

The initiative has already garnered supportive partnerships with Electric Square, Studio Gobo and Developing Minds. Together, the organisations have created the Games […]

BAME in Games Chair Kish Hirani listed in top 100 most influential BAME leaders in the Tech Sector

Kish Hirani, Chair of BAME in Games and CTO of Terra Virtua has today been announced as part of the #IB100 – a list of the top 100 most influential black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) leaders in the Tech Sector. Now in its second year, the list has been produced by board appointments firm […]

BAME in Games Monthly Meetups in London and South East

BAME in Games is a community dedicated to encouraging and supporting more diverse talent to work in the games industry. We meet regularly on the last Tuesday of each Month.

Please join over 400 others by signing up to our Meetup Group at

Our Meetups in the last year were hosted by Huckletree West, […]

Join the Network calling for more diversity in the games and wider entertainment industry.

Join the professional network for diversity advocates in mobile, online and console gaming, VR, AR, eSports, VFX, animation and wider entertainment industry. If you work or want to work in the entertainment sector and you are a member of LinkedIn, you can now get together with others who share the same interests. Don’t miss out […]

£23.7m proposed for games industry. But Creative Industries are too “white and middle class.”

An independent review, led by the current Chair of ITV Sir Peter Bazalgette, outlining key recommendations for how the Creative Industries can underpin the UK’s future economic growth was launched in London on Friday 22nd September at the Royal Institute of British Architects. Listening were 2 Secretaries of State, Greg Clark, Secretary of State for […]

BAME in Games network launched to attract more diverse talent to the games industry

The UK games industry today launches an advocacy group to encourage more diverse talent to work in the games and wider entertainment industry. The group will manage a professional network to encourage discussion and collaboration on diversity and make available speakers for conferences and events. The network is free to join and open to everyone […]

Creative Skillsets Employment Census 2015 for games and other Creative Media sectors now published

This article was first published by Women in Games WIGJ on 23 April 2016.

Did you complete Creative Skillset Employment Census for games and all other Creative Media sectors launched in September of last year ? 657 employers or organisations did.

We know this as the results have now been published on the Creative Skillset […]