By now, you’re probably thinking, “Hey, that’s weird.”
But there’s nothing weird about the game industry.
Sure, it’s a lot of money, but it’s also a very male-dominated field.
And while video game fans have been known to go off and kill each other with a crossbow or shoot each other in the head for a while now, it turns out there’s something to be said for the fact that women in the gaming industry aren’t really seen as the target audience.
It’s one thing to say that female characters are just as good as the men they’re supposed to be dating, but that’s not really true.
And that’s one of the reasons that female developers have been able to make a lot more money from video games than their male counterparts.
The industry is not dominated by the male male gaze, and that’s why women in gaming are making more than their share of video game money.
If you’re a game developer and you want to get paid for making a game, you need to look at your own career and make sure you’re making games that are appealing to women, because they’re the ones that will ultimately sell your game.
Here are some of the top women in video game development in terms of salary and revenue.
Brianna Wu, producer of Mortal Kombat X, is earning $150,000 a year 2.
Jennifer Hale, producer on Destiny, is making $130,000.
Briana Wu is the creator of the character Nia, an assassin who can teleport across the world and kill her targets.
In 2017, she was ranked #3 on Forbes’s list of the world’s richest female game developers.
Destiny’s co-creator, Sean Murray, is also making $150-180,000 per year.
The creative director on Dishonored 2, Neil Druckmann, is the lead writer for the game, which is the second game to feature female characters in the series.
Zoe Quinn, developer of the game Gone Home, is getting $180,0000 per year in salary.
In 2016, the studio behind Gone Home made a $500,000 profit.
Chloe Frazer, lead designer on the indie game Dead Island, is in the process of getting $150 million.
In the game Star Wars: The Old Republic, which released in 2017, the game’s story takes place on the Outer Rim world of Onderon, where the main characters are female characters.
Zoe Saldana, a writer and designer on Bioshock Infinite, is being paid $150 a year.
Bioshocks writer Tim Willits is also getting $100,000 in salary, as is the game studio’s creative director, John Hanke.
Zoe Kazan, a producer on the popular Xbox game Gears of War, is one of three women working on the project.
Elizabeth Bear, an artist on Destiny 2, is currently making $100 a year, according to her website.
The lead designer of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Shigeru Miyamoto, is set to make $300,000 to $400,000 as a creative director.
In a statement to Kotaku, Activision Blizzard CEO Brian Farrell said that the studio will continue to be focused on “developing innovative, groundbreaking games that bring a new dimension to the world of Assassin’s Creeds and are accessible to gamers all over the world.”
Lara Croft, the main character of the popular game Tomb Raider, is reportedly getting $350,000 each year.
Lara is also the creator, producer, and writer of the video games BioShock Infinite and Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Lara has made more than $1.3 billion since her release in 2009.
Lara, who is currently in the midst of a new game, Lara Crofts Endgame, is actually getting $300 million per year from the publisher, Square Enix.
In 2018, Lara is the author of the new book “The Legend of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition,” which tells the story of the legendary heroine.
Lara’s new book is set for release on September 20.
Lara was featured on The Good Wife in 2018.
Lara and her sister, Lara, were both featured in the television series CSI: Miami.
Lara starred in the new HBO series “American Gods.”
Lara married a Greek god in 2016.
Lara also starred in a video game series called “The Walking Dead” called “Revelation.”
Lara appeared in the TV series “The X-Files.”
Lara created the character of Neelix in “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.”
The Star Trek character Neel.
Lara made her feature-length film debut in 2018 with “American Hustle.” 31. Lara