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Yes, we’re sure you’re already in the loop and know that today is International Women’s Day. 

Here at GG Talent Group, we're really passionate about championing women in the gaming industry. It's a big deal for us.

From the hardworking team behind the scenes to our talented roster, we strive to ensure women feel empowered and supported every step of the way.

Our leadership team is made up of 57% amazing women, and our roster boasts a 40/60 male to female ratio. We know there is still work to be done and we're always striving for progress and equality, which is why we're constantly on the lookout for more female talent.

To mark International Women’s Day, we wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the incredible women within the GG Talent Group family. They truly deserve the recognition!


First up is our VP of Talent Angela, who is not only a leader in creator management and influencer marketing,, but also knows how to strike a balance between work and family life - which includes three kids. Incredible!

She’s the mastermind behind GG Talent Group’s groundbreaking influencer  marketing campaigns. She's the one who makes sure our brand partners and talent get the support they need for top-notch influencer marketing results.

With over a decade of experience in sponsorship and event management under her belt, Angela knows her stuff. She's an expert in making fundraising initiatives happen, whether it's on a grassroots level or with big corporate campaigns.

Oh, and did we mention she's got a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Psychology from California State University, San Diego? Angela's the real deal when it comes to understanding people and making things happen!


Liz is GG Talent’s Partnerships Associate who first became part of the family as a streamer. Originally Liz was a full-time streamer who met our co-founder, Eric, through Soulborne titles and went on to host charity tournaments with him. In fact, Liz was one of the first creators to ever sign with GG.

Her experience as a streamer makes her the perfect person to now do what she does as a job because she gets it. Liz speaks to brands and publishers to get an idea of what they are looking for in their creator campaign. She will find the right creators from the GG Talent roster, put together a pitch which best suit’s their goals - all with the aim of getting paid campaigns for our creators. And yes, she’s really REALLY good at it!


Neashell is GG Talent Groups Talent Coordinator and has loved video games after finishing Metal Gear Soling on the PS1 in the mid 90’s. At GG, she is responsible for preparing our talent for their activations and keeping the campaigns moving to the finish line. 

In 2020 she headed back to school to get her Entertainment Business Associates and then found her home at GG Talent where she could use her degree to its fullest.

She spends her spare time taking her two big fluffy dogs on hikes and loves to listen to heavy metal!


An MMORPGs and variety steamer who has conquered every achievement in World of Warcraft - yep, that’s 100%!

With a huge half a million followers (that's right, you heard it), she's not just gaming for the fun of it. She's also a fundraising champ, pulling in nearly $25k for charity. And guess what? She's also worked with some of the biggest brands in the gaming world.  Now that's what you call a gaming powerhouse!


A lovely Brazilian Streamer who loves to experiment with crazy concepts. She's all about pushing the boundaries and using unique controllers, like playing Elden Ring, Bloodborne, Dark Souls, and Demon Souls using a dance pad – cool right?

But that's not all – she loves getting her community involved by dressing up, getting into character, and totally immersing herself in the games she plays. She really is the definition of unique. 

So, there are a few of our GG Talent women powerhouses! If you want to find out more, get in touch or check out our roster.

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