Women in Games Annual Conference

The Conference will take place from 8am to 10pm BST to cover all time zones. Day 1 will feature keynote speakers and conversations based on real world accounts of leadership and collaboration in pursuit of fairness, enabling the audience to hear from ‘Building a Fair Playing Field’ contributors. On Day 2, we will host interactive discussions, picking up the threads from the first day, adding to and expanding on them.

We’d like to thank our sponsors Creative Assembly and Virtuos for their support.

You can look forward to…

A packed schedule

Get ready for two days of positivity and constructive insights – all of our speakers bring their wealth of knowledge and expertise to enrich the panels and activities we’ve put together.

Experiencing it your way

From the curated conference content you can pick and choose which sessions you want to join and create your own schedule.

You’ll be part of the event

Your engagement in attending this Conference sustains the Women in Games organisation and community, and your interaction with live Q&As, in-session chat, polls, and networking is invaluable. 

Food for thought

Our goal is to bring the Women in Games Guide to life, through sharing thought-provoking, constructive ideas from those who have contributed and experts in their fields. 

Meaningful connections

Be ready to meet others who are intent on change, exchange ideas, network and lay the foundations for new, fruitful partnerships across the event and in our Networking areas.

Replay and recordings

As a ticket holder you’ll have access to all recordings during and after the conference , so you can go back and rewatch the sessions you didn’t catch live. 

Conference tickets

Tickets are priced at just $30 for the two days, which will give you access to all speaker sessions, networking and the opportunity to re-watch or catch up on sessions you’re unable to attend live.

Women in Games Satellite Events

Tue 6th Sep @ 00:00 and 1 other date(s)

The Women in Games Festival (September 6th to 17th) will once again play host to a series of Satellite Events hosted by third parties. Would you like to highlight your work and initiatives in diversity and inclusion. This could be Mental health? Sustainability? Education? Safe and competitive play? Or if your focus is on fashion? Health? Culture? Art? Cosplay? Streaming? VR or AI with a purpose we would welcome you. Ultimately, we are open to any suggestions, as long as they tie in with our values of Diversity, Education and Environment.

Women in Games Careers & Networking Expo

Wed 7th Sep @ 08:00

The Women in Games Careers & Networking Expo will once again provide a unique opportunity for anyone to gain valuable insights into the many career options and pathways available in games and esports – and, importantly, put you in touch with studios and organisations who are currently hiring. This full day of talks and networking – which is sponsored by Rocksteady - is unmissable, whether you are planning your first steps in games and esports, or looking to take your career further forward.

Women in Games Investment & Entrepreneurship Forum

Fri 9th Sep @ 10:00

The Women in Games Investment & Entrepreneurship Forum is a totally new event which will give indie developers and associated businesses within our community the opportunity to pitch to investors, publishers and advisors via hosted ‘match-made’ meetings. We are grateful to our headline sponsor, AWS, for supporting this important Forum, which will also provide delegates with the chance to attend informative and insightful sessions on getting their studios and businesses investment-ready.

Women in Games Global Awards

Sat 17th Sep @ 20:00

Celebrating the achievements of women and organisations working in the games industry from all over the world has been a long standing priority for Women in Games. The Women in Games Global Awards will honour the inspiring individuals, the outstanding organisations and the companies championing change in the industry. The Women In Games Awards will take place online on Saturday 17th September.