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Hispanic Heritage Month: Interview With Adept

Hispanic Heritage Month: Interview With Adept

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Turtle Beach is proud to celebrate and spotlight the achievements of Hispanic leaders within our own community through a series of interviews.

Today, we are proud to be featuring Adept, who has had a passion for gaming her whole life with a main interest in FPS games. She now shares and broadcasts that passion with her community as a full-time streamer on Twitch.

Turtle Beach: What do you think about when you hear “Hispanic Heritage Month”?

ADEPT:  I think about my Mexican heritage and all the generations of hard work that made me who I am today. 

TB: When you were growing up, who inspired you? Who inspires you today?

ADEPT: My mom and dad always inspired me when I was growing up and they still do today. They’re my best friends and greatest inspirations. 

TB: Who are some of your favorite Hispanic/Latin characters in games?

ADEPT : Reyna from Valorant 

TB: How have games with diverse representation impacted you?

ADEPT: Makes me relate to the character more. Emotionally and physically. Seeing someone with the same skin color, hair color, texture and features is iconic. 

TB: As someone of Hispanic/Latin heritage, what has your experience been like in the gaming community?

ADEPT: I love sharing childhood memories that directly correlate with my mexican heritage and laughing about it with people from chat who have experienced the same things 

TB: What is one thing you think the gaming community – from developers and publishers to content creators and fans – can do to better the efforts around diversity and inclusion, especially in gaming?

ADEPT: I think the gaming community could focus a bit more on non-stereotypical characters in general 

TB: What do you want your impact on the world to be? 

ADEPT: I want everyone who ever interacted with me to have left the conversation feeling more confident and empowered.