BAFTA Fellowship awarded to woman in games for the first time

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Australian Siobhan Reddy, Creative Director at Media Molecule, is only the tenth game developer, and the first woman in games, to be awarded BAFTA's most prestigious individual honour. The ceremony will be livestreamed on 25 March.

Australian Siobhan Reddy is the first woman in games to be awarded BAFTA's highest honour. The New South Wales-raised studio director of Media Molecule will receive BAFTA’s highest individual accolade for her outstanding contributions to the industry. Known for her advocacy for diversity, inclusion and collaborative creative cultures in game development, Reddy will formally receive the award in a livestreamed ceremony on 25 March.

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