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Lottie Wilson's Blog


I’m a longtime gaming convert (having been introduced to the wonderful world of consoles and Assassin’s Creed in my mid-teens) who has spent most of my adult life working my way through one game or another- several times. I love the environment, I love pizza, and I love open-world games. Being the first person to test out a new release on the market is the dream; the rapid acceleration of gaming technology is really exciting and paving the way for new developments in gaming that I’m looking forward to seeing develop, write about and share with you. 


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Posted by Lottie Wilson on Mon, 05 Mar 2018 10:03:00 EST in Serious
In terms of equality, women have come a long way over the last fifty or so years. No longer relegated to the house, women are now forging successful careers for themselves in the workplace, the office and the boardroom.

Posted by Lottie Wilson on Wed, 31 Jan 2018 09:08:00 EST in Business/Marketing
Read about how you can get involved in charity work and still pursue your passion for gaming!

Posted by Lottie Wilson on Wed, 29 Nov 2017 10:22:00 EST in Serious
Women are playing an ever-larger role in the gaming industry. Whether itís as a female gamer, who are making up an ever-larger percentage of the gaming population, or a woman within the gaming industry, women are much more prominent today

Posted by Lottie Wilson on Wed, 01 Nov 2017 09:51:00 EDT in Serious
The life of a games programmer is hectic and full of ups and downs.

Posted by Lottie Wilson on Tue, 31 Oct 2017 10:11:00 EDT in Serious
Video games have received more than their fair share of criticism for almost as long as they've been played by adolescents and adults alike

Posted by Lottie Wilson on Thu, 28 Sep 2017 09:22:00 EDT in
Gaming is becoming a popular industry to work in: worth more than Hollywood, and bringing in approximately $60bn a year, itís a lucrative marketplace.