Courtesy BeyondEyes-game.comThe final guest tally for The PC Gaming Show reached a whopping 34 game developers and executives. Only two of those were women and one of those women was a sponsor. The PC Gaming Show had a real opportunity to start a tradition of inclusion and diversity in their gaming panel and they failed miserably. Let me be clear, I am not accusing PC Gamer of being intentionally sexist or exclusive. But they very clearly could have put a little more thought into their guest speaker list. Some gamers will argue, "Why is gender or race important on a panel?" Because it IS important. Video games are for everyone and they are made by everyone. Gamers and game developers are not just white men. Women and other cultures deserve recognition and inclusion in the gaming community. PC Gamer published an article in October of 2014 stating researchers found female PC gamers actually outnumber male gamers. The percentage was small, only a little over 1%. But it demonstrated just how many women game. The study also showed women play more RPGs and men tend to lean more towards FPSs and MMOs. Tuesday's PC Gaming Show was very heavily in favor of male tastes with its parade of FPS and war games. Diversity in gaming is not something to fear; it's something to embrace. The more diverse game developers in the world, the better our games will be; they will get more exciting, more interesting, more dynamic! Just... more. So here is my suggestion to PC Gamer on how to make The PC Gaming Show better in the future: Be more inclusive. But keep [Day9]. I love that guy. You can watch Tuesday's PC Gaming Show archived in its entirety on PC Gamer's Twitch channel.