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12/12
Brie Code “The Late Game” + Women in Games panel

Join us for an evening around the theme of Diversity and inclusion in the Games industry.

What is the role and the responsibility of video games in our coming future? Are we headed for a dystopian future or can we use video games to imagine or perhaps even to bring a better world?

KEYNOTE + PANEL + MINGLE

Game City Southern Sweden and Women in Games – South Sweden welcome you to join us for an evening around the theme of Diversity and inclusion in the Games industry.

Our special guest Brie Code starts the evening with her talk “The Late Game”. Afterwards she joins Jenny Nordenborg, Albertina Sparrhult and Anne Reid on a discussion panel curated by Women in Games – south Sweden and moderated by Ann-Sofie Sydow. More information about our participants below.

THE LATE GAME – The internet has changed our lives radically compared to our parents’ lives. We have new challenges: the wealth divide, global warming, automation, AI, access to relevant education, internet harassment, individually targeted propaganda, overstimulation.

Meanwhile, we are already living in alternate realities through our phones and laptops and soon will be immersed in a mix of physical reality/AR/VR. What does this mean for the role and the responsibility of video games in our coming future? Are we headed for a dystopian future or can we use video games to imagine or perhaps even to bring a better world?

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Brie Code is a game designer, speaker, writer, and the CEO and creative director of Tru Luv Media, a video game studio making games with people who find games boring. Previously she was a lead programmer at Ubisoft Montreal on the soft, ethereal game Child of Light and three Assassin’s Creed games. Her favourite games are This War of Mine, Skyrim, and The Colonel’s Bequest.

Arrangör

GAME CITY SOUTHERN SWEDEN
Game City is a non-profit organization that is working to develop and maintain southern Sweden as Europe’s leading region in the development of digital games.

WOMEN IN GAMES – SOUTH SWEDEN
Create a safe and inclusive space for women in the games industry. Be a positive influence on the local youth and those interested in a career in Games.

// CAN`T MAKE IT? NEED TO PET SIT YOUR DOG? We understand that something might come up last minute, but since this is an event with high interest and we can only offer limited seats, you MUST cancel your ticket within 24 hours prior to the event, so we can offer to people in the waiting list. NO-SHOWN FEE APPLY.

  • 12/12 2017
  • 17.30
  • Free, but registration is necessary. NO-SHOWN FEE WILL APPLY
  • For all ages
  • Registration here