Diversity in Wargaming

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An animated gif of the author Teri Litorco holding up a book with the title "Have you let the MINI Wargaming into your life?"

Over at Geek and Sundry, Teri Litorco has an awesome article up about the push for diversity in the tabletop Wargaming industry. It’s an awesome article and a great read that talks about a changing culture and inclusions in the people creating games and how different companies are handling marketing to appeal to a wider audience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go check it out over at Geek and Sundry:

https://geekandsundry.com/how-and-why-miniature-wargame-companies-are-choosing-to-embrace-diversity/

A screencapture of the article, showing a group of people at Games Workshop and a series of miniatures from the Victoria line


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