Why the PC gaming industry needs more women

A year after the Gamergate controversy erupted, PC gaming has begun to turn the corner.

A decade after the arrival of the first female professional gamers, we’re seeing a dramatic shift in the demographics of the PC game market.

A new generation of women is taking to the console market, and a resurgence of the male gamer is taking hold in the gaming industry itself.

While some might question the notion that the PC market is actually saturated, it is a pretty healthy bet that the future of the industry is looking bright.

PC gamers have made a significant impact on the gaming market, making up a majority of the active player base.

And if we look at the demographics and demographics of that player base, the PC gamers are more than just gamers: They’re the backbone of the gaming ecosystem.

A survey conducted by Comscore last year found that 57 percent of active players were female, up from just 30 percent in 2010.

And that’s a trend that’s likely to continue.

According to a survey conducted in April by the Interactive Games and Publications Association, the gaming audience is still dominated by men, with a gender balance of just 8 percent of gamers in the U.S. In the U, more than 40 percent of players are female.

And as for console players?

Only 22 percent are female, according to a recent survey from Nielsen.

There’s still a way to go, of course, but that’s certainly good news.

There are still a lot of ways to get in on the action on the PC and console, but if we’re looking at the future, there’s a pretty good chance that the game industry is going to be the center of attention for quite some time.

If we’re talking about the future and gaming, then we can look no further than the future for the PC.

In a recent interview, Valve’s Gabe Newell was asked about his company’s plans to bring PC games to consoles.

“I think PC gaming will continue to grow and grow,” Newell said.

“There are some games out there that will definitely be ported, but I think that the majority of people are going to want to play them on a console.

I think the majority are going for the experience.”

But what exactly does that mean for PC gamers?

It’s important to understand that there are a lot more factors that contribute to the PC gamer’s presence than just the hardware.

For example, a game is almost always a game of choice, not a game that comes with a “free to play” or “free trial” option.

If you’re a PC gamer, you’ve likely been playing for a long time, and that means you’re probably invested in a gaming ecosystem that’s built for your experience.

But the future isn’t set in stone yet.

Newell, of all people, knows that.

“It’s going to take some time to see whether there’s enough demand to justify the investment,” he said.

And while we’re certainly in the early days of the console gaming boom, it’s clear that the potential for growth is still there.

But if we can build on that momentum, it could help to keep PC gamers in mind as we continue to build the industry of the future.

What is the PC Gamers Future?

The PC gamer has a long history of gaming.

The PC was designed from the beginning to run games.

It’s the platform of choice for many.

The first PC games were created for it.

And despite its origins, it still has a wide range of games and titles that cater to all sorts of tastes.

For many PC gamers, the first thing they’ll want to do when they turn on their PC is get a controller.

But while it’s true that most players play games on a PC, it also has the potential to be a gateway to other platforms, like mobile or tablets.

But first and foremost, the biggest game in town isn’t the next big thing.

It might be the next best thing.

PC gaming is growing in popularity because of the passion that’s shown for the platform.

It feels good to have that support from your community.

And it’s no surprise that PC gaming now attracts players from all over the world.

The gaming community is growing, and it’s a good time to be part of it.

But there are still some big hurdles that still need to be cleared for the future to look bright.

For starters, it can be hard to tell which platforms are going in the right direction.

For instance, the Xbox 360, the game console that is now the biggest gaming console on the market, is being marketed by Microsoft as a “pure” console.

It seems to have a great track record, but the Xbox One, the new gaming console that launched earlier this year, has struggled to catch up to its predecessor.

There have been some interesting successes, such as the game that made Sony a laughing stock in 2014.

But it still hasn’t been able to match the success of the PlayStation 4, which has taken off and has