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Saying our judges for GamesBeat Visionary Awards

Announcing our judges for GamesBeat Visionary Awards

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It’s an honor to announce our sixth once-a-year GamesBeat Visionary Awards and the group of judges we have chosen to enable pick the winners of this year’s awards.

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The GamesBeat Visionary Awards started off in 2018 as a way to honor game industry leaders who confirmed true vision for the future. I imagine of it as a nicely to reward unrecognized folks and a way to give back again to our GamesBeat local community. The awards are meaningful and emotional, as we get close friends of the winners to current the awards to them.

And we have chosen a panel of 11 judges for this year’s contest. Verify out some of our speakers right here.


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Judges for 2023

Shuhei Yoshida is Shu Yoshida, Head of PlayStation Indies, Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Christina Heller, former CEO of Metastage
Ted Rate, CEO of Insomniac Games
John Smedley, previous studio head at Amazon Games
Ivan Lobo, founder of Gamelab
Tammy McDonald, adviser for Griffin Gaming Companions
Don Daglow, Sr. Director for Strategic Partnerships, The Powerful Museum

Dinga Bakaba is studio director at Arkane Lyon and resourceful director on Deathloop.

Shu Yoshida, Head of PlayStation Indies, Sony Interactive Enjoyment
Samantha Ryan, senior vice president team standard manager at BioWare, Entire Circle, Maxis and Motive at Digital Arts.
Sarah Bond, corporate vice president for Xbox at Microsoft
Dinga Bakaba, studio head and co-artistic director at Arkane Lyon
Dean Takahashi, direct writer for GamesBeat at VentureBeat

Past winners

Geoff Keighley, Vince Zampella and Brett Sperry current the Visionary Award to Laura Miele of Electronic Arts.

Our previous winners for this award include Rand Miller, cofounder of Cyan and co-creator of Myst Ted Cost, founder of Insomniac Video games John Smedley, studio head at Amazon Recreation Studios San Diego Laura Mi-el-e, the top gaming government at Electronic Arts and Sarah Bond, vice president for sport creator practical experience and ecosystem at Microsoft.

Sarah Bond is corporate vice president at Microsoft for thegame creator knowledge and ecosystem at Xbox.

Up and Comer Award

We also give out the yearly Up and Comer Award as part of this system. Our previous winners for this award have been Eve Crevoshay (Kre-vo-shay), govt director of Get This creator Natasha “ZombaeKills” Zinda and Dinga Bakaba, studio head and co-director at Arkane Lyon, a Bethesda studio. This award honors another person who is an up-and-comer when it will come to achievements in the video game industry. It is not dependent on age or expertise in the activity market. Alternatively, it recognizes that the biggest likely of the honoree lies forward of them.

Spencer Tucker of Scopely provides the GamesBeat Visionary Award to Ted Value, CEO of Insomniac Video games.

Each individual year we assemble a panel of judges in the peer team. The past judges incorporated winners these as Eve Crevoshay, Ted Price tag, and Natasha Zinda. Other judges included Dean Takahashi, Shelley Andagan, Don Daglow, Cathy Simpson, and Ivan Fernandes Lobo.

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