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Karina — not her real name — said if she had known about the scene in advance she would have requested a closed setThe colour level system, where she could perform comfortablyRetail spaces.
Her experience is one of many others that led performing artists’ union Equity to draft new rules, following years of negotiations with gaming studiosare permitted for up to 25 people., that set a professional standard for voice actors who perform in games.