Student Award win at Women in Games European Conference
The annual Women in Games European Conference, held in London, represents the diverse talent that exists in the game industries by bringing together over 50 leading speakers and panellists delivering a mix of keynote speeches, panel discussions and workshops, along with the Women in Games Awards.
As an inclusive event, their objective is to educate, inspire, and empower those who currently work in games, those seeking to step into the games industries and those participating in games education and research.
Becky, who graduated this summer, won a Student Award at this year’s conference. She was selected from a strong field of applicants, and her wide range of industry facing activities when she was an NUA student, including working for industry agency Actioncy as a researcher, made her a very worthy winner.