Women in Games are delighted to announce the shortlisted candidates for the 2021 Women in Games Global Awards.
To mark a larger suite of awards Women in Games have also secured a fantastic partnership with GINX Esports TV to broadcast the awards ceremony at 7 pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2021.
Awards ceremony will be available to view by 45m+ households in over 50 territories
The awards ceremony will be the final event of the Women in Games Global Festival this year which will include a Conference, Games Jam and Esports Tournament alongside Satellite Events across the globe.
The Festival [https://www.womeningamesfestival.org] takes place from September 6th to 18th, 2021.
GINX Esports are also joining the Women in Games Corporate Partnership programme – further demonstrating their commitment to championing diversity in gaming and esports.
The Women In Games Awards will be broadcast live on GINX Esports TV (Sky Channel 433) and online, celebrating those shortlisted and the winners of 20 award categories across video games and esports. A selection of awards will be opened up to a public vote this week through the awards website, allowing for the fantastic Women in Games community to have their voices heard on who should win an award this year.
Marie-Claire Isaaman, CEO of Women in Games, said: “GINX Esports TV is the latest in a growing number of organisations joining the Women In Games Corporate Ambassadorship Programme, demonstrating their commitment to putting diversity and inclusion front and centre of their business.
“We are excited to work with them on broadcasting the Women in Games Global Awards Ceremony to our largest audience ever, celebrating games and gaming talent from right across the world”.
GINX Esports TV is the largest esports TV network in the world; available in 45 million homes, across more than 50 territories globally. In addition, they also operate industry-leading digital destination GINX.TV. With a production studio in London’s King’s Cross, GINX creates original esports & gaming content for its own platforms as well as for 3rd party brands & media outlets.
Kieran Darwin, Head of Content Partnerships at GINX Esports, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Women in Games, and look forward to working together on a number of great initiatives, starting with the broadcast of the Women in Games Global Awards Ceremony in September. GINX Esports are committed to putting diversity & inclusion at the forefront of our business and we’re excited join forces with Women in Games to further amplify this message.”