"If you can attach a positive outcome to something that people already do and love, like gaming, you can change lives"
Articles by Haydn Taylor
Haydn Taylor, Staff Writer
Haydn joined GamesIndustry.biz in 2017 having previously worked as a regional journalist, and a political campaigns manager before that. He is also one of the UK's foremost Sonic the Hedgehog apologists.
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