Jess is a queer Canadian streamer and game designer. She manages an online community that strives to be a welcoming, fun, and safe place while encouraging outreach and growth via fundraisers and event that try to get everyone playing games for good causes. Jess loves using streaming to share new ttrpgs with the community and will often invite game designers on to facilitate their newest games or members of the community to come play games she discovered over on itch.io. Thus far she has been focused on designing GMless games where everyone has equal control of the world and storybuilding together.
Jessey Wright designs and develops board games and co-hosts the Meeple Syrup Show, a weekly live webcast featuring interviews with experts from all different parts of the industry. He has worked primarily with popular intellectual properties and his design credits include Legend of Korra: Pro-Bending Arena, Batman The Animated Series: Rogues Gallery, and Kingdom Rush: Rift in Time.
Jonathan has been working in and around games for the past fifteen years. He started out working with the line license of CyberGeneration but gave that up to start focusing on his own individual projects. Currently he produces his own games with his company Firestorm Ink, and acts as freelancer for both hobby and video game industry companies. His latest projects are is called We Used To Be Friends (a collaborative teenage detective drama game) and Awoke a cyberpunk game about community.