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Until August 15th

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Who organizes?

Jazmín Giolito


Jazmín Giolito is board member of Rosario Game Devs and co-organizer of Game Audio Latam. She is a professional game developer, specialized in audio, working in sound design, music composition, and audio implementation.

Micaela Mantegna

She defines herself as a abogamer, a lawyer specialized in video games and public policy, who is currently investigating as an affiliate of the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard. She is co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of Women in Games Argentina (WIGAr) and ambassador of Women in Games (WIGJ).

Valeria Colombo

Valeria Colombo has been a professional video game developer for the last 12 years, specializing in programming and management. She is also a content creator, streaming games and doing podcasts about the gaming world. She is a board member of Women in Games Argentina (WIGAr).

Paula Sifredi

Paula Sifredi is a video game localization specialist. She’s also a content creator and she’s currently studying to become a voice actress and a translator specialized in dubbing and accessibility. She’s a board member of Women in Games Argentina (WIGAr) and Women in Games Ambassador (WIGJ).

M. Clara Cattaneo Esnaola (Kurara)

Kurara is a member of the executive committee of Women in games Argentina. Professional video game developer, specialized in graphic design and 2D illustration, is dedicated to the design of interfaces for video games on different platforms.

Testimonials from the organizers


Being part of the Women Game Jam makes me joyful. This community of generous, empathetic and inspiring people is a safe space that provides a wonderful network of social containment. At Women Game Jam, I feel at home.


One of WIGAr's goals is to achieve more inclusion of women and dissidents by developing video games, and the Women Game Jam is a wonderful community as a gateway for this. A friendly and safe space to get closer, give voice to new stories and create networks that strengthen us.


The 2019 WGJ is the one that inspired me to actively participate in WIGAr. It is a super safe space for women and dissidents to take their first steps in this beautiful industry of game development accompanied by professionals who have been in this for years.


The 2020 WGJ was the first one I participated in and it helped me realize how many other aspects regarding the development of a game I could help on. I participated as a writer, game designer and producer and thanks to that I’m currently involved on an ongoing project with the original team.


WGJ is, for me, a place to share my personal experience and help those who are just starting out, in the environment of a relaxed, fun and very rewarding activity that transcends borders. WGJ is a sister hug to seek to make videogames a safe and beneficial space for all.


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