Changing the Game: Cards for All People Deals Out Cultural Humor

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By CultureBanx Team

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In effort to fill a cultural void in the card game market, Latesha Williams founded Cards For All People. It’s a cultural laid back gaming company that humorously celebrates the diverse subcultures of America. The company’s first game, Black Card Revoked debuted as America’s first black culture trivia game show on BET last year. Williams credits social media with helping her figure out what people really think is funny, “black Twitter can be an amazing place and I understood from a people’s perspective that culture is a connector,” she said. This sector is ripe for diversity disruption with revenue in the Card Games segment expected to reach $511 million in 2019, according to Statista. Since her original card game dives into different levels of the black experience, she wanted to offer that same concept to other communities with Cards for All People. “if you ever wanted to play a game that knows all the cultural nostalgia, inside jokes and social media chatter and debate then you need us in your life”.  The games are available at Target and on Amazon.

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