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The Gamergate controversy concerns issues of sexism and progressivism in video game culture, stemming from a harassment campaign conducted primarily through the use of the hashtag #Gamer Gate.
Gamergate is used as a blanket term for the controversy, the harassment campaign and actions of those participating in it, and the loosely organized movement that emerged around the hashtag.
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Gamergate has no official leaders, spokespeople, or manifesto.
Statements claiming to represent Gamergate have been inconsistent and contradictory, making it difficult for commentators to identify goals and motives.
In Canada, Barry Sherman, owner of the Canadian pharmaceutical giant Apotex, was found hanging dead alongside his wife Honey by the family’s indoor pool.
Industry responses to Gamergate have been predominantly negative.
Gamergate has led figures both inside and outside the industry to focus on better methods of tackling online harassment.
In February 2013, Zoë Quinn, an independent game developer, released Depression Quest, an interactive fiction browser game.
The game was met with positive reviews in the gaming media, but some backlash developed among those who believed that it had received undue attention.