W Love Games
Venue: Oodi Helsinki and ONLINE
We have just concluded our 5th edition of W Love Games conference and we are exited to announce the dates for the 2024 edition:
17 - 18 October 2024
where we will hear the stories, expertise and the latest achievements from game developers across the world!
As each year, we will have dedicated tracks with topics on diversity, leadership, accessibility, education, and gamedev practices. Through workshops and mentoring sessions we wish to help you in advancing your skillset and career.
The tickets will be available for registration on May 4th, 2024, as a member you will receive the registration link week before it becomes public so make sure you sign up for our FREE membership!
Recordings of the talks from WLG23 will be available in our Library by December 2023!
We welcome you to WLG MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM with mission to support DEI goals of our global community and beloved games industry!💜
As a member you get access to our Discord server, Forum discussions, receive exclusive industry news and access to our networking events for members only!
How to join as an individual?
Individuals can join W Love Games ry with FREE membership by completing a sign up form or by clicking on the button on the right corner 👉.
Do you wish to support our mission?
We welcome the paid membership fee for both individuals and organizations from January 2023, this support will be used in developing our programs and content for everyone in our global community!
W ❤ Games is a non-profit games industry organization and conference in Finland, designed by developers for developers, that focuses on diversity and inclusion in games industry.
“W” stands for women but also for “we” as people, we who play and make games, we of all backgrounds and interests that
games bring together and make all differences disappear!
Game developers for biodiversity.
Pelimetsä is a project of the Finnish game developer community for the protection of old Finnish forests and their vulnerable biodiversity.
In support of the work of the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation, over 330 acres of forest have been permanently preserved.