UK games trade body Ukie’s latest diversity campaign, Impact, aims to “showcase and celebrate the talents” of six disabled and neurodiverse UK-based games industry professions.

The “annual long-term initiative” hopes to feature people from across various areas, specialisms and levels and “have stood out in their career [as] are proud advocates of their identity”.

To be eligible, nominees must be disabled and/or neurodiverse, be “vocal, visible, and open about their disability or neurodiversity”, and working in any games industry role. The project is using the Equality Act 2010’s definition of disability to define its criteria.

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