Very few, however, truly get to enjoy this dream job, and, it is usually those in privileged positions, only handed to them on a “who you know” basis. The vast majority of developers and workers face alienation and are labored into perpetually working to satisfy the political intricacies, structural problems and disorders that dominate the industry as we know of it today. A persistent insecurity plagues the economic and social well being of workers, where their passion is turned into subsistence labour and their creative production confined to commercial mandates. The whole industry is founded around various forms of inequalities and surrounded with illusions about what it actually means to do what one loves. Further, not all roles are at all equally considered, where testers, like others, are heavily undervalued and exploited, and the modding ecosystems, despite being the foundational backbone to the industry, are too often outskirted and scorned upon.