At Double Eleven, nothing is more important than our players. To make sure we give them the best experience possible, we’ve brought on a new Community Associate. Natalie will be concentrating on interacting with our user base, as well as creating content and supporting marketing operations.
We’ve posed Natalie some gruelling questions, so you can get to know her a little better.
Who are you?
I’m a married cat lady, living in Teesside. I’m a regular gamer, a board game reviewer and comedy enthusiast. I love sci fi, cats, crafting and cats. Sometimes a combination of all the above.
What sort of games do you like to play?
My main loves are adventure games and RPGs. My early gaming history is in top-down strategy games like Dungeon Keeper, as well as point-and-click titles like Simon the Sorcerer. Since my first console (very worn out Crash Bandicoot disc), I’ve been a committed PlayStation fangirl, with a collection of PSones that borders on obsessive.
What makes you excited for working for Double Eleven?
Having been a gamer my whole life, it feels like an immense privilege to be on the inside for once. I’m excited about engaging with our players and making their lives better, while championing great projects and building strong relationships with other studios and partners. It’s a fantastic opportunity to be part of a company with such a strong reputation for quality and commitment. Also, the office is fantastic, which obviously helps.
What do you hope to achieve?
As Double Eleven move into a publishing-focused role, it’s more essential than ever to make sure that the company is communicating effectively with its players. Information and openness is key, and it’s important to make sure that not only are customers hearing about products, but also that players’ voices are being heard. Going forward, I hope to grow on Double Eleven’s user-first attitude, and help to improve the user experience. I want to showcase all of the things that makes Double Eleven unique and wonderful.
We’re really excited to have Natalie on board and finally give our valued community the attention it deserves. If you have any questions for Natalie or you’d just like to give her a warm welcome to the team, email firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll be more than happy to help you out!