Any and every discussion on video games at large is likely to direct each one of us to one and only one name, which is none other than Stevana Case who is now popularly referred to as Stevie Case. She has been recognized as a distinguished personality in the gaming industry all thanks to the contribution made by her right from the start of her video gaming career. Moreover, she is believed to come across as just the right example for each and every young lad out there who is looking forward to make a full time profession in the area of video gaming. At present, this smart and focused lady is known to have stepped into the shoes of playing the role of the Vice President for Playspan, where she is believed to be highly active in the area of sales and development.
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The Rising Career Graph of Stevie Case
For all you people who are unaware let me tell you that the sexy Stevie Case is known to be the first female who happened to choose video gaming as her full time profession. She is known to have kickstarted her gaming career with none other than Cyberathlete Professional League. Moreover, ever since her Cyberathlete days she has been recognized as a zealous lady who has constantly displayed utmost dedication and efficiency towards her work. This gains base mainly from her die hard inclination and interest in the field of political science right from her early teens.
One major feather in Stevie Case’s basket is none other than her victory in the Quake death match where she was successful in defeating Quake designer John Romero. Yet another jump in her video gaming career was her association with lon Storm, where she was initially recruited as a game tester and eventually moved onto grabbing the position of a level designer. Apart from this, Stevie is also known to have had a brief stint with Monkeystone Games, where apart from being the Vice President, she was also the co-founder of the said gaming company along with John Romero. This was during that point of time when she was in a live in relationship with Romero. MonkeyStone Games was closed in January 2005.
With every step that she has taken in the gaming industry, Stevie has kissed nothing, but pure success and appreciation.
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A Little of This & That of Stevie Case
Apart from being in the forefront as far as the video gaming industry is concerned, Stevie Case is also known in be in the limelight for a number of other areas in which she has ventured into. First and foremost, she is known to have authored three books on gaming for Prima Games, which include Jazz Jackrabbit 2, Buck Bumble and ofcourse Daikatana. The first two books are known to have hit stores in the year 1998, while the last one is known to have been introduced in the market only in the year 2000. All these three books were then introduced as hardcore strategy guide books. Above all, thanks to her grit and fortitude in the area of video gaming, she was then conferred with the title of “KillCreek”, which was coincidently her nickname for one of the books that she had authored as well.
Moreover, Stevie is known to be highly popular for her outstanding personality and ofcourse her shimmering looks. In reality, she comes across as just the right example as far as the phrase “beauty with brains” is concerned. She is also known to have done a photoshoot for the Playboy magazine. This was mainly for its pictorial interview. However, the sad part here was that even though the photoshoot was successfully completed in the year 2000, the photos only made it to the internet and unfortunately never featured in the Playboy magazine.
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