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When the game industry was founded in the late 1970s, it consisted almost exclusively of young white men as game developers, and middle-aged white men as producers and publishers Of course, there were a few exceptions, but they were so rare as to be almost oddities Today, a quick look around the Game Developers Conference makes it clear that this is changing: there are definitely more African-American developers than there used to be, although they remain under-represented, while Hispanic developers are even more under-represented Darrell Porcher is a developer with a longstanding interest in improving the diversity of the game industry, and he runs the Harlem Game Wizards group in New York Darryl Duncan worked his way into games from the music industry, and is now the owner of GameBeat, a highly regarded audio and music firm Since they know more about the subject than I do, I asked them to contribute their thoughts
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Do you believe there are barriers that face minorities in game development Darrell Porcher, Harlem Game Wizards
I have two good friends who aspired to be game developers One was fronted money and allowed to stay rent-free and job-free as he pursued his dream The other was laughed at and scolded, and had no choice but to continue to work, and create in spare moments It s a question of support and opportunity The barriers that face minorities in game development are not always black and white
Do you think members of minorities experience barriers in education for game development Darryl Duncan, GameBeat
I feel the opportunities to learn game development are equally available to minorities as well as to non-minorities But from an economic point of view, perhaps fewer minorities are able to take advantage of these opportunities than their non-minority counterparts Educational barriers exist in communities where there is no access to computers and software Growing up in Harlem, New York City and the south Bronx, there were minimal computer resources other than arcade video games These were some of the very few sources of any appreciation for what computers could do While most educational systems had some minimal computer classes, they seldom went into any depth about any career paths, other than data entry or spreadsheet manipulations In my case, game development as a career was a joke, much more so than wanting to play sports or get a good job In the urban community, we are sometimes taught to focus on flash over substance
Darrell Porcher, Harlem Game Wizards
Do you feel there are barriers in hiring and job opportunities for minorities, especially at entry level Darryl Duncan, GameBeat
I think that you could ask five different AfricanAmericans in the industry and get five different answers My opinion is that, yes, discrimination does in fact exist in the game industry and it s hard to think that it wouldn t when you talk about a business where only a very small percentage are non-white The only true tool a minority can use to overcome such obstacles is to make sure that his or her talent is at such a level that no one can deny what their contributions can and will be It s the skill and quality of one s
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work, be it audio, graphics, or programming, that is often the measurement that places them at a particular social level (and salary level) within the company So, I personally feel that a minority can use his or her talents and skills to rise above any discrimination that might exist and achieve the level of respect that he or she deserves Any discrimination comes from not knowing or wanting to know about another race or culture, and often a shared art form or common respect for one s work can bridge these gaps To be honest, while others do not and would never see it, an African-American employee knows in his or her own heart and mind when this sort of bias or discrimination exists, even if it appears nonexistent to non-minorities
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