Culture Vs. Ownership with The Hilltop Glove

 This interview with IAS Games founder discusses the importance of black (pop) culture, creative ownership, perseverance, social engagement, work/family balance, and legacy building.



HILLMAN THE GAME Meets The Maverick

Living Single actress, Erika Alexander, got to see our game and her reaction is everything!

Hillman Meets Max



Totally unexpected on Instagram live, HILLMAN THE GAME gets to show Sinbad his own Walter Oakes character of the new board game.



We Got Game at The University of Dope

The UDope Team sits with Black game makers for a brand new series, We Got Game.

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  • Richland County Library hosted a presentation by In All Series-Ness and game night featuring HILLMAN THE GAME. [SEE HERE]

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  • Listen to the IAS Podcast featuring interviews with artists and entrepreneurs while playing board games! [LISTEN HERE]

  • Kayla Mallett writes about Investing in Black Women's Dreams following interview with Tanisha Hall. [READ HERE]