Diana Díaz Montón is a game localization specialist with over 20 years of experience. She graduated in translation and interpreting, then began her career with an internship at EA Sports. Diana founded Wordlab in 2005 and in 2010 cofounded Native Prime, a company specialized in video game localization. She has been involved in the localization of reference titles such as Dragon Quest XI, Ni no Kuni, Hitman 2 & 3, Snack World, and hundreds more. Diana enjoys spreading the love for video game localization and has participated as a speaker at different events, such as GDC or Gamelab, both addressed to future localizers as well as to developers and publishers. She collaborates with different universities and institutions where she teaches game localization and project management, and has also written a series of articles about the challenges of game localization.