The former Games Workshop and Eidos boss on turning a hobby into a career, and why he is starting an academy.
There are not many who have had as much influence on gaming in the last four decades as Ian Livingstone. As a writer and designer of games, both digital and physical, he has played a key role in the development of geek culture – a phenomenon that has increasingly infiltrated the mainstream.
It's a success story that seemed improbable when Livingstone was starting out in the mid-Seventies, living in a van behind an estate agent with Steve Jackson, with whom he co-founded table-top gaming company Games Workshop.
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