2 years and no regrets

Two years ago this September I decided during my very first gaming expo experience at the Eurogamer Expo that what I really wanted to do, I mean the one thing above all else (except care for my family of course) was to work in the gaming industry.

I then set out to make a name for myself, I actively attended numerous events became very active on social media and travelled all around the UK in the aim to meet and eventually work with Indie Developers.

To me it really made sense to work with like minded individuals that had that same passion as I do for their craft. Meeting and spending time with these individuals made my resolve all the stonger. It wasn't until a chance meeting with Caspian Prince of Puppydog Games and Mike Bithell of Mike Bithell Games that I really got a taste of what it means to be part of the Indie scene and they suggested that I get involved; so I did, and I never looked back.

Since making this decision I have met some amazing and awesomely inspiring people that have slowly become my friends and my colleagues in my goal to be the best me I can be.

These pass two year have been the most fun I have had in a job / past time (again aside from family things). I really believe I am truly honoured and blessed to have met those who I can now call my friends and even more so due to those of you that take the time out of your busy life's to watch my videos, talk to me on social media and each and every time I gain a new follower or a new subscriber I felt reignited and my passion respawned.

And I just really wanted to say

Thank you

 

 

Thank you so very much

As someone who has loved gaming pretty much his entire life to have this chance to be involved in it even the small part I play in it I can't help to feel overwhelmed and privileged by the response and reaction I have had so far and I hope to inspire and entertain you for more years to come.

Love and massive #gamerhug

Noaksey

P.s.

If you are reading this and like me have decided to work in the industry too and wanted my advice? It would be immerse yourself in what you are doing, work hard and ultimately,

Game On!

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