As the video game industry continues to evolve, acting for video games from the feminine perspective remains top of mind for many. And even though female involvement in video games has noticeably increased in recent years, many opportunities and obstacles remain.
At this year's GamesBeat Summit, one focus area was the visibility of women in the gaming industry, including female voice actors. The panel featured three amazingly talented female voice actors -- two of which are guest instructors here at Voice One! Anjali Bhimani, Cissy Jones, and Jennifer Hale covered diversity, equity, and inclusion in the world of game voice acting and discussed ways to enable actors to shine, such as addressing the hopes and dreams of actor inclusion earlier and in deeper ways in the game development process. The panel also discussed how the roles have changed and improved over the years. Click the link below to read the full article at VentureBeat!
(By Rachel Kaser, VentureBeat)
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