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The Lilo-log #61: #GirlsBehindtheGame! Presented by Saljack Enterprises. Gaming. Animation. Media. Entertainment. Woman Owned. Short Films. Animated Movies. Kids Cartoons. Game Development.

In this video, Lilo discusses #GirlsBehindtheGame.

#GirlsBehindtheGame is a trending hashtag on Twitter. It is meant to inspire young girls and women to join the video game development industry. 47% of gamers are women. Yet only 22% of the video game development workforce are women. Lilos pays it forward by mentioning three women in gaming; Kim Swift, Amy Hennig, and Aya Kyogoku.

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13 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #61: #GirlsBehindtheGame

  1. whoahjack says:

    Props to all the ladies in gaming. Times are changing and they deserve more recognition.

  2. Abby says:

    I am glad that there are enterprises encouraging women to join the gaming workforce. It is nice to have more institutional support for women.:)

  3. lawvingit says:

    I think it’s important to have more women in the gaming workforce. Women can definitely offer another perspective in gaming development.

  4. gayanag says:

    It is interesting to hear that close to 50% gamers are women. I was not aware of that. I thought video games are favorites only for men. Thanks for the post. I learned something new.

  5. Shooter Gamer says:

    That’s a thought to ponder: 47% of gamers are women but only 3 are engaged in the game development industry. Game development is still male dominated it seems. But still good to hear that there are women already in this industry. Who knows more will be joining.

  6. Anais says:

    Women can definitely do game development too. It’s nice to know that we have three brave ladies already in the game development industry.

  7. titanierza says:

    Women empowerment huh? Well look no further this site SE is headed by a woman and that says a lot. Overall though what matters are skills not gender.

  8. Vannie says:

    I salute women who are super great in their chosen game field. Me? Duh, I don’t like violence, so I prefer games such as car racing and the like.

  9. grayicemake says:

    I find it funny because in reality games have no genders. They are gender targeted yes but it does not stop anyone from playing them. Hell I am playing TEKKEN now and my girl is constantly kicking my rear.

  10. Alma May says:

    It would be better to achieve an equal percentage of women gamers and women working in the gaming industry. Those 3 names of women mentioned in this vlog have incredible career, so it would be great to hear that more of them are take the opportunity they have in the industry too for a prosperous endeavor both to gamers and the working girls.

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