Because of the pandemic this year our event will be online.

What ever happened?

Who's organizing?

Alice Abreu


A Digital Game Technologist, Alice is currently working as a game developer at Aquiris. She is passionate about studying the history of women in computing and her free time lecturing on the subject at universities and events.

Ana Antar


Co-founder and project manager at ERA Game Studio, the company responsible for creating the first live game of the world. She is national organizer of Women Game Jam in Brazil. Theatrical director undergraduated by UFBA, graduate degree in Game Design by UNEB.

New Lizy


Game Producer, passionate about playing, making games and participating in game jams. Graduated in Audiovisual Production and Post-graduated in Digital Game Development at PUCRS. Part of the organizing team for Women Game Jam in Rio Grande do Sul.

Renata Rapyo


WGJ Latin America Organizer. She started to work with games in 2018 and fell in love with the infinite possibilities that exist in this universe. Since then, she focuses her games on diversity and tries to empower more women around the world to participate in this journey of creating too.

Anny Caroline

WGJ Rio de Janeiro's organizer, she founded DevGirls Games, writes for Terra Nérdica, acts as Analyst of Public Relations in GamePlan and makes Live Code on Twitch.

Carolina Scoponi

Degree in Audiovisual, fiction narrative lover. Enthusiast of learning by sharing. Graduate student in the Legislature, Territory and Democratic City Management, she believes that careers are an invention of the XXI century, and she does not need one.

Cristiane Jade

Game Producer at Garage 227 and WGJ organizer. Graduated in Game Development at Fatec Carapicuiba college. She constantly does volunteer work, mentoring, workshops, and lectures, contributing a lot to the gaming and education industries.

Fernanda Shimada

23 years old, solo developer, specialized in game design and Pixel Art.

Giovanna Lopes

I started in the game development world in 2014 and after launching my first game in 2017 I realized my passion for the area. Today I am a 3D artist trained in Digital Games and a lover of cats, pugs and sweets.

Jeanine Adler

Designer, Counselor on Diversity in The Maranhense Association of Electronic Games Developers (AMAGAMES) and organizer of the Women Game Jam.

Luísa Cecília Pinto

Game producer, passionate about playing, making games and participating in game jams. Graduated in Audiovisual Production and Post-graduated in Digital Game Development by PUCRS. She is part of the Women Game Jam organizing team in Rio Grande do Sul.

Mariana Maciel

Game designer and writer. Likes to crochet and create scare stories.

What does WGJ mean
to you?

Is an opportunity to change the reality of the gaming industry. The event provides a welcoming environment for women who are starting in the field and a sense of belonging to women who are already have more experience.


A place of change, welcoming, strengthening and empowerment of the dev community, especially for women and girls who want to enter in the field. The Women Game Jam is a real possibility to make the dev scene more diverse and welcoming.


The Women Game Jam enhances the opportunities for women in the games industry. It's a space for sharing, affection, and an amazing networking.

Anny Caroline

All this sharing between women from various locations working together to build something makes me very happy! The two pillars that define the experiences that I seek for my life are: to explore and to connect. And I think the WGJ is an event that allows and encourages it in the game devs community.


Much more than a women community , it’s the future of the gaming industry.

Cristiane Jade

For me, WGJ is a diverse space to talk and share ideas with other women in the area in a safe way, where I know I will be listened to regardless of circumstances.

Fernanda Shimada

WGJ was my first contact with Jams, it was where I felt safe to try without fear of making mistakes, without fear of giving my opinion and being myself. It was my gateway to a new world, the world I always dreamed of, full of people who respect, support, and care for one another. Today I see WGJ as a space for self-knowledge, full of challenges and rewards, where we can find that super fun group that makes things happen and that warms our hearts.

Giovanna Lopes

The WGJ is an ongoing challenge that has made me really take responsibility, learn and mature in the games career.


The Women Game Jam for me is a place of union. It's where women and non-binary people realize we are in a larger number than we thought in the development market and that we can support others like us to follow these professions.


Women Game Jam is an opportunity to leverage dreams. While we connect with other people with the same goal of making games in an environment full of representativeness and inclusiveness.

Luísa Cecília Pinto

A place where everyone can learn that they can and deserve to express themselves through any media.


For me WGJ was a transformative experience. Since I participated in the 2018 edition I realized I wanted to be part of the construction and expansion of the event. I want more women around the world to have the opportunity to live the experience I lived at the event.



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