Three graduates featured in MCV's Top 100 Women in Games

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Three University of South Wales graduates have been featured in noted Games magazine MCV’s Top 100 Women in Games 2015 feature.

Alice Rendell, Catherine Woolley and Charlotte Woolley were included in the list which recognises leading women within the video games industry. Alice and Catherine studied BA Computer Games Design at the University, whilst Charlotte, Catherine’s twin sister, studied BA Film, and followed her sister into the industry after graduation.

Alice comments: “It is amazing to be included in a list such as this with so many other women that I know and respect, some of which I have looked up to for many years as role models. It is an absolute honour to be on a list with these people.”

Catherine adds: Both me and my sister have always had a love of video games ever since we were little. After graduating it wasn’t long before I was in a design role in games and Charlotte then also decided she’d like to be involved in the games industry too.”

MCV is the UK Game Industry Trade Magazine, who describe themselves as “The world’s only weekly trade magazine for the video games industry”  Editor, Christopher Dring, commented in the leader for the Women in Games issue, “More women making more games can only be a good thing.” while recognising that there still aren’t enough women in senior positions in video games development.


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