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15 Twitter follows for 2015

Fatten up your feed with insightful industry types

The games industry has had a love/hate relationship with Twitter, which is all the more reason to add a few new and friendly follows to your list. If you you're on Twitter you probably already follow the obvious people, Notch, Hideo Kojima, Anita Sarkeesian, but who should you be following in 2015?

We've got a few suggestions, people that have caught our eye over the course of the year. If you have your own suggestions, or you think we should follow you, please share the usernames in our comments below. And if you'd like to follow the GamesIndustry.biz team you can find us all here.

Bianca Anderson

Global Programs Specialist at Electronic Arts and all round smart lady when it comes to the industry and its issues. "Betting Victory won't have women either. Everyone knows Victorian women only existed as background dressing or murder victims. #cynical"

"Watching people realize personal space in multiplayer VR is awkward and awesome"

@chetfaliszek

Brie Code

Ubisoft's Lead programmer on Child of Light and a voracious curator. If she's recommending an article it's absolutely worth reading. "I want a game where the eyes look perfect and everything else looks like crap."

Chet Faliszek

Valve's writer, cat photographer and VR explorer, his ten years with the iconic company make him the wise old man of the industry's tweeters. "Watching people realize personal space in multiplayer VR is awkward and awesome."

Tom Francis

PC Gamer writer turned developer, this is the place to go if you want an insight into indie development through his latest game Heat Signature.