It was quite an experience to talk about Atari Women on the Live Stage at Emerald Comic Con 2019 just before Gwendoline Christie was on – so many people! You can see the recording of the interview here: https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/cons/watch-c2e2-live
Tune in online and follow the syfy.com live stage interview from Emerald City Comic Con 2019 about the Atari Women project at 2:30-2:45pm (Pacific Time) Thursday March 14th 2019 – https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/cons/watch-emerald-city-comic-con-live
You can follow us on instagram where we post different stories about women in gaming, but also report from our activities – next up Emerald City Comic Con, Friday March 15th 2019!
AtariWomen are celebrating International Women Day, March 8th 2019 and congratulates everybody who collaborate towards a balanced world for all! We will continue advancing collaborative computing for equity and innovation in technology development. #IWD2019
Friday, March 1st 2019 was the first event where we presented Atari Women publicly. We told the story about Atari Women, demonstrated our prototype of Atari Women re-mixed Pac Man game, and exhibit our signed game cartridges of Atari games made by women.
Rebecca Heineman became the worlds first e-sport champion, when she won the Atari national championship in Space Invaders in 1980 only 17 years old – in the last 39 years she has developed 275 games and is currently working one 3 new original games! Rebecca also known as BurgerBetty will be on the Atari women […]
Dona Bailey was the first woman game developer in the Atari coin-up department which made Arcade games in the 1980-ties and she made Centipede! Dona signed this miniature version of Centipede! Help us celebrate #atariwomen.org #ECCC & submit a question or topic we should discuss https://tinyurl.com/y4x5t6un #donebaileymadecentipede
We are happy to announce that we are organising a Panel at Emerald City Comic Con – celebrating women in early gaming – you can read more about the panelists and suggest topics you want us to discuss!
AtariWomen is a research project aimed at celebrating the hidden stories of women, who made crucial engineering contributions to Atari games in early 70ties and 80ties. According to media historians Nathan Esmenger and Marie Hicks, women have been essential to the rise of computing in both US and UK – nevertheless, only few women are known […]