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Nominees announced, voting opened for Game Awards
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Nominees announced, voting opened for Game Awards

One could think of The Game Awards as the Oscars of video games. Even if video games aren't "your thing," you can still have an impact on this event and the future of the industry.

Dollars & Dragons: The rise of a professional game master
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Dollars & Dragons: The rise of a professional game master

Meet Friday: an innovator in the tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) space.

Wizards of the Coast takes bigotry to court
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Wizards of the Coast takes bigotry to court

Renton-based tabletop gaming giant Wizards of the Coast is suing TSR Games for its racist, homophobic, and otherwise "reprehensible" content.

Seattle Indies brings Queer game devs together for education, support, fun
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Seattle Indies brings Queer game devs together for education, support, fun

Local nonprofit Seattle Indies has a group called the Diversity Collective, which gives Queer people and other minorities space and time to network, talk about the issues that affect them, and support each other.

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Game to Grow helps youth delve into gender identity with Dungeons & Dragons

Game to Grow has announced the opening of two game groups specifically formed for Trans, Nonbinary, and gender-questioning youth.

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Frail Hearts: A stylish game about Queer love, acceptance, and killing monsters

A review of the JRPG (Japanese role-playing game).

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Game to Grow: A nonprofit using D&D for personal growth

This local organization is changing the game by empowering people through customized, collaborative gaming experiences.