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Increasing Opportunities For Women In Gaming

“There’s a thought that [the video game industry] is 100% male,” says Molly, “But it’s definitely changing.”

Molly, a Senior Development Director here at EA, isn’t the first person to point out this shift. With women representing an increasing percentage of the gaming population, the entire industry has been caught in a sea change, one of the results of which has been an increase in opportunity for women who want to work in games.

Join us today as we speak with some of the women who’ve taken those opportunities about what drove them to games, what they love about their jobs, and what it’s like to work in the industry in 2012. From Gameplay Engineers to Producers and VPs, the stars of our video special are as diverse – and fun – as the games they work on:

Interested in pursuing a career at EA? Need more information? Check out the EA Jobs site, where you’ll find everything from work opportunities and EA success stories to information about our diversity efforts.

Comments (2)

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    lk et im a gamer i lk to play and is good plain i wood like too see more girl carecters in battle lk mw3 or bf3 ilike bf3 is so difrent from mw3 or blkops those games is all the same bf3 is so difrent im a girl gamer and i lk et
    Mar 4, 2012
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    A new Career option!!!
    Mar 21, 2012
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