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Alanah Pearce is an Australian-born content creator, writer, and producer, best known for her contributions to the video game industry as a host, writer, and reviewer. Pearce’s multi-faceted career has spanned multiple platforms, from digital journalism to video content creation and podcast hosting, with her unique perspective and engaging style endearing her to a broad global audience.

Pearce first gained international prominence through her work with IGN, one of the leading online media outlets covering the video game and entertainment sectors. During her tenure, she produced reviews, feature pieces, and video content, becoming a respected voice within the industry. In 2020, Pearce made a significant career leap by joining Santa Monica Studio, the team behind the critically acclaimed God of War series, as a writer. This marked an impressive transition from her previous role as a reviewer and commentator on games to actively shaping their narratives. Beyond these roles, Pearce has cultivated a large following on YouTube and Twitch, platforms where she shares gameplay, commentary, and industry insights.

Pearce’s career has been marked by collaborations with numerous celebrities and influential individuals in the gaming and entertainment industries. In the realm of podcasts, she has partnered with Troy Baker and Austin Wintory in co-hosting the ‘Play, Watch, Listen’ podcast, providing in-depth discussions on video games and the industry. Pearce has also interacted with several celebrities on her YouTube channel, including Janina Gavankar and Laura Bailey. At Santa Monica Studio, she collaborates with esteemed game designers like Cory Barlog and Shannon Studstill. She has also worked with Felicia Day, Jessica Chobot, and Rooster Teeth’s Burnie Burns.

Over her career, Pearce has received several prestigious industry awards. In 2015, she won the IT Journalism Award for Best Gaming Journalist, solidifying her standing as a respected voice in the industry. She also received an Australian Game Awards nomination for Creator of the Year in 2018. Her most notable recognition, however, came in 2020 when Pearce was included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Games category.