CNN has a coverage about women gamers and games developers in the light of SOEs new scholarship initiative:
"More and more, husbands and boyfriends are playing second fiddle to computers and consoles as 38 percent of gamers are female, spending an average of 7.4 hours a week playing, according to the Entertainment Software Association.
Dorrell isn't just one of these female gamers, she also works in the industry. As the senior vice president of global sales and marketing for Sony Online Entertainment, she has made a career out of her passion for games."
• Sony created scholarship to attract women to careers in development
• Some students said male dominance could be a deterrent for women
• Survey: 38 percent of gamers are women who play about 7.4 hours a week
• Number of students enrolling in gaming programs is on the rise