Together we will build a sustainable
and organized game industry.
We're paid less, work longer hours, and have lower job security compared to other software developers.
A senior game developer working in Chicago makes $25,000 less than the average senior software developer.
Of the 77% of game developers who reported crunching last year, 82% were not compensated for the extra hours worked.
SOURCE: IGDA DSS 2017
Not paid for crunching
Join the community.
Get involved as much as you like.
We're game developers just like yourself.
This is a working group where we discuss how to best advocate for worker's rights and the formation of a unionized game industry.
No, but we like 'em!
This is the first step on a long path of advocating for worker's rights. We'll share stories, lift each other up, and work together for a better future for game developers.
We're stronger together.