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The European Women in Games Conference will induct two more prominent female game-industry luminaries into its Hall of Fame this week.

The European Women in Games Conference will induct two more prominent female game-industry luminaries into its Hall of Fame this week.

Here are the five nominees:

  • Debbie Bestwick, co-founder and managing director at Team17, developer of the Worms games
  • Ann Hurley, European sales manager at e4e, a company that provides consulting, quality assurance, and support services for games
  • Odile Limpach, managing director at Ubisoft Blue Byte, studio behind The Settler franchise
  • Lorraine Starr, commercial director at casual developer Yippee Entertainment
  • Monika Siejka, director of the Institute of Internet and Multimedia at Pôle Universitaire Leonard de Vinci

Two of the five nominees will make it into the Hall of Fame, based on voting taking place here. Members of the Women in Games Jobs groups on Facebook or LinkedIn, and followers of the Women in Games Jobs Twitter account, are eligible to vote. Last year, the Hall of Fame's first inductees were Louise Murray, head of the Fable franchise at Lionhead Studios, and Frederique Doumic, chief executive of French studio OUAT Entertainment.

The European Women in Games Conference itself, the second annual such meeting, will take place at the Hilton Kensington in London on Wednesday, September 26th. Tickets are already sold out.