Since taking over Capital Gaming Expo in late 2016, new owner Jillian Mood has made a lot of changes.
Five Ottawa gaming companies are set unite under a single roof later this year with the goal of building a hub for the local sector.
A group of insiders in the Ottawa gaming industry is setting out to fix a glaring glitch in the local sector: A worrying scarcity of women working in games.
Capital Gaming Expo’s new owner hit the reboot button on the annual event this past weekend, bringing Ottawa’s gaming community together with industry leaders from inside and outside the city.
An Ottawa-based marketing and events firm has has acquired Capital Gaming Expo (CGX), and the new owner is hoping to turn the annual event into a beacon for Ottawa’s burgeoning gaming sector.
It’s go time for a group of Ottawa video game professionals aiming to get teen girls involved in the industry.