Among the WA women recognised at the MCV Pacific Women in Games Lunch were (from left) Michelle Sandford, Vee Pendergrast, Sofie Mather, Kate Raynes-Goldie, and Susannah Emery. Photo: Izzy Gramp

Opportunity to leverage local games talent

Western Australia’s vibrant and growing games industry was honoured in Sydney last week at the MCV Pacific Women in Games Lunch, presented by Xbox.


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