Monthly updates, replay, & take-aways from GamerSafer
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GamerSafer has launched its GamerSafer for Discord Bot
The GamerSafer for Discord bot is currently in closed beta. It was launched in response to customer demand for cross-platform safety. To learn more or join the closed beta, please click here.
Game X 2021 Virtual Gaming Conference
Maria will join a panel at Game X 2021, an international gaming, media and entertainment tech conference organized by Epiphany to create advocacy, awareness and education about the games industry and its enormous potential for economic growth, inclusion, and impact. Learn more or Register here.
GamerSafer to be part of LG Nova Mission Launch in November
How do startups set the stage for how we will all engage with the coming full digital world? With sessions focused on the trajectory of the metaverse, its arrival and the vast potential opportunity for businesses, GamerSafer is excited to participate in LG Nova’s Mission Launch event this November. Read more here.
GamerSafer Replay & Take-Aways
GamerSafer gets Minecraft servers off the blocklist and back in the game
GamerSafer continues to find ways to add value to its existing MMO customers. After Mojang released a patch repairing a bypass which allowed servers to skirt End User License Agreement (EULA) compliance, GamerSafer successfully leveraged its reputation as advocates for safety and fairness to help its customer, VeltPvP– a popular competitive Minecraft server– become EULA compliant and get off the blocklist quickly. Read more details about GamerSafer’s support for EULA compliance here.
Femme Gaming Features Maria on Toxicity & Gaming Panel
On August 17th, GamerSafer’s Co-Founder & COO spoke live on Twitch with Femme Gaming’s Ladies Power Hour panel on Toxicity and Gaming. Maria made comments on how women can curate safe spaces for women to play and reminded the audience that a greater and longer term impact requires proactive and reactive measures from platforms. Learn more about Femme Gaming here.
Maria invited to speak on Women in Games Conference Panel
On September 15th, Maria spoke at the Women in Games conference on an engaging panel titled Online Toxicity and Harassment. The panel shared data points on the impact of harassment on women in games from Bryter Research and ADL. While there is no silver bullet, the data consistently show just how severe the situation is for women in games, and just how needed inclusive, representative solutions.