Gaming with Ian Livingstone (Games Workshop/Eidos Interactive) and Jude Ower (Playmob)

Nikki Bedi takes a dive into the multi billion dollar industry of gaming and is joined by Ian Livingstone, the man described by the press as ‘patient zero for the epidemic of UK geek culture'. From founding Games Workshop in 1975 and bringing fantasy board game titles such as Dungeons and Dragons and Warhammer to Europe – to becoming president of Eidos Interactive and contributing to blockbuster video game series such as Tomb Raider and Hitman – Ian is one of the most of the most celebrated figures in the industry. He is joined in conversation by Jude Ower – founder of Playmob – a company looking to use gaming as a force for good, by building charity and education plots into some of our favourite gaming titles.

We also hear from Isabel Van De Keere, a health-tech entrepreneur using virtual reality gaming to treat stroke and spinal cord injury patients, with Immersive Rehab.
 

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