Casual Video Games
Andrew Webster is a former writer for Lifewire who covered the business and culture of video games for a little over a year. His work has also appeared in numerous publications, including Gamasutra, Ars Technica, GamesRadar, Gamezebo, The Escapist, What They Play, This Magazine, GameShark, GamePro, and CNBC.
As an avid video gamer most of his life, Webster only began writing about the subject in 2008 when he began freelancing as a video game reviewer for publications including Ars Technica, CNN, Eurogamer, International Game Network (IGN), and The Toronto Standard. In 2012, he took a job as a staff reporter for The Verge, where he currently serves as the editor for the Games section.
Webster graduated from Humber College with an Associates Degree in Business Marketing before obtaining a degree in Professional Writing from York University.
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