Sumo Group receives six MCV/Develop Women in Games nominations at the 2022 awards  

Several fantastic women working across Sumo Group studios have been shortlisted at this year’s MCV/Develop Women in Games awards, celebrating the best female talent in the UK.

The shortlist, revealed on 4th February, saw six team members from across Atomhawk and Sumo Digital nominated for awards in various categories.

Atomhawk’s Charlie Bowater and Lab42 Games’ Hannah Waring have been nominated for the ‘Creative Impact’ award, with Ruth Anna Caulcott-Cooper of The Chinese Room and Jemma Harris of Sumo Digital both nominated for the ‘Development Impact’ award respectively. 

Meanwhile, Sumo Leamington’s France Quiquere is up for the ‘Technical Innovation’ award, while Sumo Digital’s Harinder Sangha has been shortlisted for the ‘Career Mentor’ award respectively. 

Carl Cavers, CEO at Sumo Group, said: “We’re delighted to see the exceptional talent of Sumo Group women being recognised by such a fantastic award which celebrates the very best in our industry.

“Sumo Group is committed to creating a workforce representative of the audiences and players we create for, and we continue to strive for diversity and inclusivity in our teams across the board and these nominations are again a testament to the hard work and passion of our people.” 

The winners of the MCV/DEVELOP Women In Games Awards 2022 will be revealed on 4th March during the live presentation at Altitude in London’s Millbank Tower.