Scroll down to view photography from BAFTA Scotland's panel discussion on representational diversity in games with Chair of BAME in Games Kish Hirani, Ubisoft's Sally Blake, hosted by GCU's Romana Ramzan at Digital Cities, Glasgow.
Adding representational diversity to games is vital and for the past few years the situation has been improving both through advocacy groups and through titles such as Far Cry Primal and Life is Strange.
BAFTA Scotland was joined by panellists Kish Hirani (Chair of BAME in Games), Sally Blake (Associate Producer, The Divison, Ubisoft Reflections) and host Romana Ramzan (Game Design Lecturer, GCU) for a discussion on their personal desires for increased diversity in games, the progress that has already been made and the obstacles we still need to overcome.
This event was part of Digital Cities Glasgow and took place at Glasgow Caledonian University on Wednesday 15 March.
Photography: BAFTA/Carlo Paloni