Polygamer – A Podcast of Equality and Diversity in Gaming & Video Games

Polygamer – A Podcast of Equality and Diversity in Gaming & Video Games

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A podcast of equality and diversity in gaming
#80: Angela O’Hara of Big Viking Games
Aug 15 • 54 min
Angela O’Hara is a senior artist at Big Viking Games, creators of mobile and social games such as YoWorld and Fish World. At Big Viking Games, O’Hara creates vector art for avatars and accessories that players use to design their virtual world. Many of…
#79: Abbey Perl of the Diverse Gaming Coalition
Jul 11 • 49 min
Abbey Perl is the founder of the Diverse Gaming Coalition, a non-profit organization charged with ending bullying both online and off. Founded in 2016, the Diverse Gaming Coalition provides resources, education, and safe spaces by organizing events and…
#78: Katie Kaitchuck of GaymerX
Jun 13 • 46 min
Katie Kaitchuck is the executive director of GaymerX, an LGBT-focused gaming convention. In the past year, the organization became a non-profit, separated from the for-profit MidBoss Games, sent diverse indie developers to GDC, and began planning next…
#77: Dr. NerdLove on gaming & dating
May 9 • 51 min
Harris O’Malley is Dr. NerdLove, a dating coach who gives advice to geeks of all stripes via his blog, podcast, YouTube channel, and column for Kotaku. Aiming to offset the toxic masculinity of The Red Pill and men’s rights activists, O’Malley encourages…
#76: Gaming Patreon at PAX East 2018
Apr 11 • 62 min
In four short years, Patreon has enabled thousands of gamers to take their journalism, podcasts, and channels to the next level. It’s proven a popular alternative to the whims of Google’s “adpocalypse”—though Patreon’s had a few bumps of its own along the…
#75: Matt Baume of Queens of Adventure
Mar 21 • 55 min
Queens of Adventure is a comedy-adventure podcast in which four drag queens slay their way through pencil-and-paper role-playing games. Adapted from the live stage show Dungeons & Drag Queens, Queens of Adventure has as its dungeon master Matt Baume, host…
#74: Joseph Bein of Out of Sight Games
Jan 17 • 44 min
Joseph Bein is the president & creative lead of Out of Sight Games, developer of the audio game A Hero’s Call. The studio’s first game, A Hero’s Call was designed to be accessible by visually impaired gamers, including half of Out of Sight Games, who…
#73: Wally S on nonbinary characters
Dec 13, 2017 • 55 min
Wally S is a game developer, author, artist, and cosplayer who has written such Twine games as The Leggy Blond and Your Merman Boyfriend. Wally recently made their GaymerX East speaking debut with the presentation “The Great Chasm of Nonbinary Content and…
#72: Nicole Hunter of Black Gamers Revolution
Nov 8, 2017 • 47 min
Nicole Hunter is a freelance writer and a moderator for Black Gamers Revolution. This community Black gamers extends to Twitter, Tumblr, Twitch, and Discord, providing a safe space for Black gamers to share their experiences free of harassment or the wed…
#71: Susan Arendt of Genii Online
Oct 11, 2017 • 71 min
Susan Arendt is the editor-in-chief of Genii Online, a website that covers magic and deception for magicians and anyone interested in the art and craft of magic. While Genii has existed as a print magazine since 1936, Genii Online’s September 2017 launch…
#70: Kellian Adams Pletcher of Green Door Labs
Sep 13, 2017 • 58 min
Kellian Adams Pletcher is the mastermind behind Green Door Labs, which builds location-based, transmedia games for museums and non-profits. Kids and adults alike use smartphones, pencil and paper, and other tools to learn the stories behind art, what life…
#69: Tanya C. DePass of Fresh Out of Tokens
Aug 9, 2017 • 55 min
Tanya DePass is the founder of I Need Diverse Games, a non-profit that advocates for diversity in gaming. In addition to offering speaking engagements, GDC scholarships, and diversity programming at events such as GaymerX, Tanya has also hosted Fresh Out…
#68: Katie Hallahan of Phoenix Online Studios
Jul 12, 2017 • 61 min
Katie Hallahan is the chief communications officer, co-founder, game designer, and public relations director for Phoenix Online Studios, a developer and publisher of point-and-click adventure games. The studio began in 2002 when Katie and her fellow…
#67: Freelance writer Sarah LeBoeuf
Jun 28, 2017 • 63 min
Sarah LeBoeuf is a freelance writer, editor, and all-around nerd. Her video game reviews, features, and event coverage have appeared on such storied publications as Nerdist, Mashable, Ars Technica, Escapist, Digital Trends, GamesRadar+, and more. Sarah…
Side Quest #2: Wonder Woman with Sabriel Mastin
Jun 7, 2017 • 59 min
Wonder Woman has exploded across the silver screen, breaking all records: the first major female superhero film; the first major superhero film directed by a woman; the second $100M-budget film with a female director; and the biggest opening weekend ever…
#66: Charles Babbage Institute on historical diversity & representation
May 24, 2017 • 80 min
The Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota is an archive and research center dedicated to preserving the history of information technology. Instead of physical hardware and software, the CBI preserves the culture and stories of the IT…
#65: MIT’s Prof. Kishonna Gray on justice studies
May 10, 2017 • 51 min
Kishonna Gray is a visiting scholar at MIT’s Comparative Media Studies/Writing department, where she teaches Women & Gender Studies. She comes from Eastern Kentucky University, where she founded the Critical Gaming Lab; and from Arizona State University,…
#64: Dr. Noah J. Springer on reddit & GamerGate
Apr 26, 2017 • 73 min
Dr. Noah J. Springer recently published his Ph.D. dissertation about reddit, in which he analyzed the cultural practices, technological affordances, hybrid economics, and politics of reddit’s public sphere. During the course of Springer’s research,…
#63: +1 to Journalism at PAX East 2017
Apr 12, 2017 • 63 min
This week’s Polygamer podcast is the audio from the PAX East panel “+1 to Journalism: Becoming a Better Writer”, held on Sunday, March 12, 2017, 4:00–5:00 PM in Bobcat Theatre. What do you need to know to make it as a games journalist? What pitches do…
#62: Sabriel Mastin of Overwatch & Overbuff
Mar 15, 2017 • 55 min
Sabriel Mastin is the head of social media and support for Overbuff, a stats-tracking website for Overwatch, the popular first-person shooter from Warcraft developer Blizzard. When not competing in competitive multiplayer matches as Tracer or Ana, Sabriel…
#61: Jonathan Holmes of Destructoid
Mar 1, 2017 • 68 min
Jonathan Holmes is the former editor-in-chief of Destructoid and a frequent contributor to that site as well as many others, including Nintendo Force and A Profound Waste of Time. He is also a voice actor and a frequent speaker and panelist at video game…
#60: Speedrunner Kungfufruitcup
Feb 15, 2017 • 63 min
Kungfufruitcup is a variety streamer and speedrunner. In her live Twitch stream, she races to finish video games as quickly as possible, mastering a game’s precise timing and patterns — and the occasional glitch — to break all records. She is also a…
#59: Video game culture photographer EMiSpicer
Jan 25, 2017 • 69 min
EMiSpicer is a video game culture photographer who travels the world capturing gaming events and moments. From GaymerX in New York and California to Fantastic Arcade in Texas and Blip Festival in Japan, EMiSpicer has documented conventions, conferences,…
#58: Matt Baume of Playing With Pride
Jan 11, 2017 • 61 min
Matt Baume is the writer and storyteller behind the book Defining Marriage and the audio podcast Sewers of Paris, in which he interviews members of the gay community about their experiences and relationships with marriage and entertainment media. His…
#57: Natalie Juhasz of ReVenture Games
Dec 14, 2016 • 77 min
Natalie Juhasz is the co-founder and creative lead of indie game studio ReVenture Games. After producing several successful point-and-click adventure games in the Lorna Bains franchise, Juhasz and co-founder Marcus Seyer have launched an Indiegogo…
#56: Live at GaymerX East
Nov 23, 2016 • 67 min
GaymerX, the world’s only annual video game and geek culture convention for the LGBT+ community and its allies, has arrived on the East Coast! After four successful events in California and one in Australia, the first GaymerX East was held in New York…
#55: Twitch streamer SeriouslyClara
Nov 9, 2016 • 62 min
SeriouslyClara is a Twitch content creator who focuses on indie games. After being “tricked” into streaming by a friend, she came to love the community and the support they offered her in response to her honesty and authenticity. She now streams to her…
#54: Amy Allison of WIGI on Girl Scout patches
Oct 26, 2016 • 49 min
Amy Allison of the Vice President on the Executive Board of Women in Games International (WIGI), an organization that promotes the inclusion and advancement of women in the global games industry. In collaboration with the Girl Scouts Greater Los Angeles,…
#53: Ian Danskin of Innuendo Studios
Oct 12, 2016 • 74 min
Ian Danskin is a freelance animator, writer, video editor, and visual essayist. His YouTube channel, Innuendo Studios, hosts a dozen videos analyzing aspects of gaming culture and media, including how fame manifests itself in the gaming industry, using…
#52: Assassin’s Creed voice actor Tristan D. Lalla
Sep 28, 2016 • 57 min
Tristan D. Lalla is a star of stage, screen, and game. His video game voice-acting portfolio includes Far Cry 2, Deus Ex Human Evolution, Rainbow Six: Siege — and, most notably, the slave-turned-pirate Adéwale in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and its…
#51: Ben Chicka of TheoNerd
Sep 14, 2016 • 70 min
Ben Chicka is the co-host of TheoNerd, a podcast about theology, philosophy, faith, and ethics. Encouraged by the reception of his PAX East 2015 panel “The Science of Online Bullying: A Lesson in Diversity”, Ben and fellow panelist Andrew Tripp founded…
#50: Chris Klimas of the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation
Aug 24, 2016 • 69 min
The Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation (IFTF) is a new non-profit charged with supporting the tools, infrastructure, and legal needs of the interactive fiction community. Also known as text adventures, interactive fiction is one of digital…
#49: Serenity Caldwell of iMore on Pokémon GO
Aug 10, 2016 • 84 min
Serenity Caldwell is the managing editor at iMore, a features and reviews site for all things Apple. As part of her mission to help Apple users get the most from their iPhones, Serenity has penned a definitive series of articles for playing Pokémon GO,…
Side Quest #1: Star Trek Beyond with Sabriel Mastin
Aug 3, 2016 • 63 min
Star Trek Beyond has hit theaters, and it’s astounding. Featuring a script that balances character development with jaw-dropping action from a diverse cast that includes the villain Krall, the alien heroine Jaylah, and respectful nods to Star Trek…
#48: Gillian Smith on procedural generation
Jul 27, 2016 • 55 min
Gillian Smith is a professor of Art+Design and Computer Science at Northeastern University in Boston. Her field of study is procedural content generation, in which aspects of a game — the world, its inhabitants, individual levels — are created on-the-fly.…
#47: Mike Robles on fighting & board games
Jul 13, 2016 • 58 min
Mike Robles, social media manager for mental health non-profit Take This, is an industry veteran with many prominent studios on his résumé: including Microsoft, Wizards of the Coast, and Lone Shark Games. He helped build and support the Killer Instinct…
#46: Tatjana Vejnovic of The Koalition
Jun 22, 2016 • 90 min
Tatjana Vejnovic is a writer, editor, student, panelist, and former retailer. Her PAX East panel series on why it’s really rad being a woman in the games industry has run for three consecutive years, highlighting the strengths and opportunities available…
#45: You’re a Games Journalist! Now What?
Jun 8, 2016 • 58 min
Every year, PAX East, the biggest video game convention on the East Coast, hosts a panel about breaking into games journalism. Editors from multiple outlets have advised aspiring writers how to pitch a feature story or self-publish — but rarely have they…
#44: Stephen Duetzmann of Engaged Family Gaming
May 25, 2016 • 92 min
Stephen Duetzmann is the editor-in-chief of Engaged Family Gaming, a website by and for parents to help identify games appropriate for the entire family. Games are a powerful medium for teaching logic, leadership, and empathy — but it takes research and…
#43: Engagement Lab at Emerson College
May 11, 2016 • 51 min
The Engagement Lab at Emerson College is an applied research lab in Boston, Massachusetts, dedicated to innovating the ways people participate in civic life and expanding the study of citizenship in a digital era. By working with city and state…
#42: Tifa Robles of the Lady Planeswalker Society
Apr 27, 2016 • 70 min
Tifa Robles is the founder of the Lady Planeswalkers Society, which aims to create welcoming, friendly environments for women (and everyone) to learn Magic: The Gathering. Since its founding in 2011, the group has grown and now has branches in cities…
#41: Adelle Lin of the Code Liberation Foundation
Apr 13, 2016 • 46 min
The Code Liberation Foundation is a New York City-based non-profit that offers free game programming workshops to those who identify as women. The organization was founded in 2013 by Catt Small, Kay, Jane Friedhoff, Nina Freeman, Phoenix Perry, and Kaira…
#40: Chachi Bobinks of The Dialogue Wheel
Mar 23, 2016 • 82 min
Chachi Bobinks is the co-host of The Dialogue Wheel, a fan podcast dedicated to Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and all things BioWare — including diversity! Fittingly, Chachi wears multiple hats herself: podcaster, feminist, PAX Enforcer, parent, and cat lady.…
#39: Mark Saville of SpecialEffect
Feb 10, 2016 • 45 min
SpecialEffect is a UK-based organization that uses technology to enhance the quality of life of people with physical disabilities by providing them with access to video games. Whether a gamer’s challenge arises from a congenital birth issues, car…
#38: Ashe Dryden of AlterConf
Jan 27, 2016 • 59 min
Ashe Dryden is the creator of AlterConf, a traveling conference series of marginalized voices from the tech and gaming industries. Since its founding in 2014, AlterConf has been held at a dozen cities throughout the United States and Canada, hosting talks…
#37: Game designer Carolyn VanEseltine
Jan 13, 2016 • 48 min
Carolyn VanEseltine is an accomplished game designer and developer, having worked at such studios as Harmonix and Giant Spacekat. Her recent presentation at Google, “Everyone can make games now”, underscores her belief that the freedom to make games is a…
#36: Gay erotica artist Steven H. Garcia
Dec 23, 2015 • 45 min
Steven H. Garcia is an artist of gay erotica, especially of the pinup variety. His models are characters from throughout geek fandom, including movies, comics, and video games. His 2016 wall calendar showcase popular icons such as Superman and Batman, Ash…
#35: Susan Arendt of Take This
Dec 9, 2015 • 62 min
Take This is a non-profit charity that promotes awareness and education of mental health issues through outreach to gamers. Its “AFK Rooms” have become a staple of PAX East, West, South, and Australia, and its holiday stream gives gamers a community to…
#34: Violinist Taylor Davis
Nov 25, 2015 • 33 min
Taylor Davis is a renowned violinist whose video game, movie, and anime covers have earned her a loyal following. On YouTube, where she has over a million subscribers, her music videos employ stunning backdrops and intricate costumes inspired by the pop…
#33: Francesca Carletto-Leon on Diversity in Gaming at WPI
Nov 11, 2015 • 67 min
Francesca Carletto-Leon is the founder of the Diversity in Games club at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Massachusetts. Currently a senior majoring in Interactive Media & Game Design (IMGD) and Professional Writing (PW), Francesca has been an…
#32: Matt Conn of Read Only Memories
Oct 28, 2015 • 69 min
Matt Conn is the CEO of MidBoss, the studio behind Read Only Memories, a point-and-click adventure game featuring a diverse cast of characters. It is the first game from the same studio that produces the annual GaymerX (GX3) convention and the documentary…
#31: Holly Green on Gameranx, Fry Scores & OCD
Oct 16, 2015 • 60 min
Holly Green is the managing editor of Gameranx, a video game news, reviews, and feature site. Not one to limit her outlets, Holly is also an accomplished freelance writer for outlets such as Polygon, where she detailed her challenges with…
#30: GeekGirlCon’s Alyssa Jones & Danielle Gahl
Sep 30, 2015 • 53 min
GeekGirlCon 2015, happening October 10–11 in Seattle, celebrates and honors the legacy of women contributing to gaming, comics, art, science, and technology. This five annual convention creates a safe space at which all geeks are welcome. I chatted with…
#29: Kara Stone on sex, mental health & ableism
Sep 9, 2015 • 67 min
Kara Stone is a independent game developer whose works blend interactive art, self-care, mental health, and feminism. Her non-traditional approach to gaming invites users to contemplate the necessity of agency, the nature of diagnosis, and the definition…
#28: Benjamin Williams of the PAX Diversity Lounge
Aug 26, 2015 • 74 min
Benjamin Williams is the co-founder of the PAX Diversity Lounge, a safe space at Penny Arcade Expo conventions that offers marginalized groups free tables and booths with which to represent their products and services. First launched at PAX East 2014, the…
#27: Cosplayer Emma Bell
Aug 12, 2015 • 58 min
Emma Bell is an accomplished and talented cosplayer, appearing at anime and video game conventions as characters from Mass Effect, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Age, and Agent Carter. Her upcoming appearances include West Coast conventions Anime Revolution and…
#26: Christian Donlan of Eurogamer on multiple sclerosis
Jul 22, 2015 • 79 min
Christian Donlan is a prolific writer, having contributed to Edge magazine, co-founded gaming site Hookshot, and co-created the animated children’s show Everybody Loves a Moose. After four years of freelancing for Eurogamer.net, he joined the staff as…
#25: Lilian Chen (Milktea) on Smash Bros. & sexism
Jul 8, 2015 • 60 min
Lilian Chen, aka Milktea, joined the competitive gaming scene in high school, when her younger brother introduced her to Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Nintendo GameCube. As she toured the country participating in e-sports events, she discovered that she…
#24: Happy Father’s Day, Edward F. Gagne
Jun 24, 2015 • 72 min
In celebration of Father’s Day, this week’s guest is the host’s father, Edward F. Gagne. Born in the 1940s, Ed has witnessed the evolution of entertainment across the better half of a century, from early radio shows to black-and-white televisions to the…
#23: GTFO director Shannon Sun-Higginson
Jun 10, 2015 • 53 min
GTFO is a documentary about women, discrimination, and misogyny in video games. Featuring interviews with Brianna Wu, Maddy Myers, Courtney Stanton, Jenny Haniver, and more, the film examines gamers’ experiences as developers, journalists, competitors,…
#22: Philip Jones, director of Gaming In Color
May 27, 2015 • 57 min
Gaming In Color is a feature documentary exploring the queer side of gaming. After being Kickstarted in 2013 and enjoying a limited release in 2014, the film had its official debut on May 19, 2015. Featuring interviews with GaymerX organizers and…
#21: Sabriel Mastin, indie game reviewer & Let’s Player
May 13, 2015 • 64 min
Sabriel Mastin is a prolific game reviewer and YouTube personality, having produced content for such sites as Indie Haven and Indie Gamer Chick. She has attended both PAX East and PAX South and is a regular guest at events in the Minneapolis area, only a…
#20: Sarah Como of Zephyr Workshop
Apr 22, 2015 • 72 min
Sarah Como is the Chief Operating Officer of Zephyr Workshop, developer of tabletop game A.E.G.I.S. and computer game Flora Fiora. Zephyr was born amidst Sarah’s recent education in the game design program at Becker College, which landed her on the PAX…
#19: Elisa Meléndez on avatars, FragDolls, racial diversity & rock bands
Apr 8, 2015 • 127 min
Elisa Meléndez recently spoke on a PAX East 2015 panel about how we create and identify with our avatars in virtual game worlds. This is one of just many topics she’s researched as part of her Ph.D studies in comparative sociology — and her academic…
#18: Charles Battersby on atheism & religion in games
Mar 25, 2015 • 60 min
Charles Battersby hosted the PAX East 2015 panel “The End Boss Doesn’t Exist: Atheism in Video Games”, featuring Ken Levine of Irrational Games and Chris Avellone of Obsidian Entertainment. The panel played to a packed house, such that I couldn’t get in —…
#17: Jandy Hardesty on films, criticism & parenting
Mar 11, 2015 • 53 min
Jandy Hardesty is a prolific producer and consumer of media. As a film critic, she blogs at The Frame and contributes to Row Three, where she co-hosts the podcast Not at Odds. She’s also a prolific gamer, having poured dozens of hours into games such as…
#16: Fiona Cherbak on hiring and retaining women, GDC & BostonFIG
Feb 25, 2015 • 49 min
Fiona Cherbak is a human resources and staffing specialist with a storied career in the entertainment and games industries. At this year’s Game Developers Conference, she will moderate the panel “Turning the Tide: Hiring and Retaining Women in the Games…
#15: Zoë Quinn & Alex Lifschitz of Crash Override
Feb 11, 2015 • 50 min
In January 2015, Zoë Quinn and Alex Lifschitz debuted Crash Override, an online anti-harassment task force. The organization provides crisis center support, ongoing assistance to victims, and community outreach and activism. The network is staffed by…
#14: Parenting & game development
Jan 28, 2015 • 117 min
No role-playing game can present a greater challenge than the real-life role of parent — especially when you’re a game developer. How does one juggle these dual roles and responsibilities? Are telecommuting and crunch time harder when you have kids? Does…
#13: Lorien Green of pinball documentary Shoot Again
Jan 14, 2015 • 74 min
Lorien Green is a filmmaker, documentarian, gamer, parent, and introvert. In 2009, without any background in video production, she set out to film a documentary about the growing popularity of board games. The result, Going Cardboard, was a success,…
#12: An outside perspective
Dec 24, 2014 • 98 min
GamerGate, feminism, Anita Sarkeesian, and gamer identity: these topics dominated online conversations throughout the latter half of 2014 — but how many people actually care? Is it a just vocal minority that are engaged in these debates, leaving most…
#11: Ryan Green & Josh Larson of That Dragon, Cancer
Dec 10, 2014 • 65 min
That Dragon, Cancer is a game that represents the experiences of the Green family as they lived with and cared for Joel Green, who was diagnosed with brain cancer at 1 year old. Through a variety of metaphorical first-person scenarios, the game recreates…
#10: PushingUpRoses (aka Sarah Wilson)
Nov 26, 2014 • 52 min
Sarah Wilson, aka PushingUpRoses, is an accomplished video producer, Let’s Player, and writer. After pursuing a degree in creative writing and then apprenticing as a body piercer, she found her niche as a multimedia artist. On YouTube, Twitter, and…
#09: Duane de Four on masculinity in games
Nov 12, 2014 • 61 min
Duane de Four is an educator and activist specializing in gender violence prevention, bystander intervention, diversity, and sexual health education. He’s also a hardcore gamer and media critic who has spoken at PAX East on gender representation in games…
#08: Chris Barney on games for social justice
Oct 22, 2014 • 55 min
Chris Barney is a game developer who sees games as an engine of social capital. As a maturing medium, video games have the potential to reinforce, shape, and influence societal norms and values toward sexism, racism, upward mobility, and other constructs.…
#07: Susan Arendt & Russ Pitts of Take This
Oct 8, 2014 • 59 min
Take This is a non-profit charity founded in 2012 in response to the tragic suicide of a gaming journalist. The organization promotes awareness and education of mental health issues through outreach to gamers both online, through a variety of Twitter…
#06: The F-Word panel at PAX Prime 2014
Sep 24, 2014 • 70 min
At PAX East 2014, I moderated a panel titled “Sex, Sexy & Sexism: Fixing Gender Inequality in Gaming” in which three women and two men discussed the problems and solutions facing the industry. Four months later at PAX Prime, those same three women…
#05: Khadeja Merenkov on Cultural Gatekeepers & White Privilege
Sep 10, 2014 • 58 min
I recently attended a talk by Boston-based voice actor and ethnographer Khadeja Merenkov about the need to use cultural artifacts accurately and respectfully in video games. Don’t just use a mosque because you like mosques, she advocated; recognize what…
#04: Sheri Graner Ray on Gender-Inclusive Game Design
Aug 27, 2014 • 58 min
Sheri Graner Ray is a game developer with 25 years experience in the industry and credits that include games such as Ultima and Star Wars Galaxies and co-founding Women in Games International. In 2003, she published the book Gender Inclusive Game…
#03: Shawn Allen of NuChallenger
Aug 13, 2014 • 78 min
Shawn Allen of NuChallenger is developing Treachery in Beatdown City, a Bad Dudes-style beat-em-up with turn-based tactical elements and a diverse cast of characters. Do games that stray from the typical “grizzled white male” protagonist risk their…
#02: Keisha Howard of the Sugar Gamers
Jul 23, 2014 • 66 min
Keisha Howard is the founder of the Sugar Gamers, a female-oriented group of over 2,000 gamers in the Chicago area. Unlike Ubisoft’s Frag Dolls, the Sugar Gamers is a non-competitive social group for women, providing an alternative to other gaming groups’…
#01: Matt Conn of GaymerX
Jul 9, 2014 • 73 min
Welcome to the premiere episode of Polygamer, where we look to expand the equality and diversity of the gaming industry. New episodes of Polygamer air every other Wednesday on YouTube and iTunes. Today’s guest is Matt Conn, founder of GaymerX, an annual…