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The Game Awards announces inaugural Future Class

Awards show recognizes 50 individuals "who represent the bright, bold and inclusive future of video games"

The Game Awards has announced the names of the 50 inaugural members of its Future Class, an annual recognition of individuals "who represent the bright, bold and inclusive future of video games."

The list includes names from across the industry, including development, esports, content creation, journalism, and community leadership.

Profiles for each of the fifty honorees can be found on The Game Awards website, and they will be recognized tonight at The Game Awards with a multimedia piece featuring the works of painter Ryan Hewett and musician Dope St. Jude.

The 2020 Future Class honorees are as follows:

  • Adam Campbell
  • Agnes Larsson
  • Aleksandra Korabelnikova
  • Blessing Adeoye Jr
  • Brandon Cole
  • Britt Clifford
  • Cantika
  • Cherry Thompson
  • Christine Gutierrez
  • Cristina Amaya
  • Dean Abdou
  • Derrick Fields
  • Dianna Lora
  • Elaine Gomez
  • Fernando Reyes Medina Francisco Lopez
  • Halley Gross
  • Hannah Nicklin
  • Ian Hamilton
  • Jasmine Jupiter
  • Jen Oneal
  • Jennifer Scheurle
  • Jenny Xu
  • Jeremy Kaldobsky
  • Jessica Murrey
  • Jorge Garcia
  • Kahlief Adams
  • Kaitlin Tremblay
  • Kallie Plagge
  • Kate Dollarhyde
  • Leanne Loombe
  • Luis Alonso
  • Lukas Eggen
  • Marcus Howard
  • Maxi Graeff
  • Michelle Bresaw
  • Michelle Ma
  • Morgan Baker
  • Randy Fitzgerald
  • Natalie Flores
  • Royce Payne
  • Stephanie Rosales
  • Steve Saylor
  • Tanya De Pass
  • Tara Mustapha
  • Tülay Tetiker McNally
  • Vic Bassey
  • Whitney "Strix" Beltran
  • Xalavier Nelson Jr.
  • Zachary Hartzman

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