This is why I support a SAG-AFTRA strike authorization for video games — and it isn’t about money.
Wil Wheaton

Feel your pain, but this is first world problems. Can't think of any field where the “workers” enjoy the enormous profits of the owners. Unions are great, but they can only do so much. (Check out Slates for Sarah, and the numbers of people injured or killed in production.) I have family in the business, and it is grueling, exhausting and exploitative at times, but your union at least should be pressing for decent wages and compensation. Not sure the entire SAG-AFTRA membership will get behind what effects a small group of RPG folks. But then maybe I am just jealous because I would have loved the protection and scale of any union. Good luck.

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