A newly-created organization that aims at “leveling the playing field for women in gaming like you’ve never seen before” has one of the WNBA’s youngest and brightest among its newly established ranks.
Alexis Jones was announced today as part of the company – a brand new gaming lifestyle brand aimed a women that seeks to promote diversity in the gaming sphere – which is primarily a male-dominated realm.
Queens Gaming Collective announced it had raised $1.5 million for the venture. Its streamers and content creators are known as Queens.
It has also lined up a number of supporters as Queens Court Ambassadors. These include former NBA All-Star Baron Davis as well as digital marketing titan Karen Civil.
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— Queens Gaming Collective (@queensgg) November 17, 2020
Today is @QueensGG launch day! I’m honored to be included in this women-driven gaming collective dedicated to leveling the playing field in the gaming industry. 👑 #QueensGG #AnyonesGame pic.twitter.com/Ir4vzdmhKm
— Alexis Jones (@Lextoo_shifty) November 17, 2020
Queens Gaming Collective is planning a live kickoff event on December 5th on its Twitch channel.