Latina Gamers Say Women Carving Space in Video Game Industry

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By Adrian Carrasquillo, NBCLatino

“We’ve been getting more females playing games,” says Maria Vargas, a blogger by the name of La Chica Gamer, who is pursuing a career in video games and is currently attending Inter-American University in Puerto Rico to receive a degree in computer engineering specializing in software. “The video game industry is realizing games for women don’t have to be brain games or puzzle games.”

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