SGG isn’t a person. It’s a corporate entity - but the people who work there are just like us. Every day people who go to work and mostly try to do a decent job.
A lot of them are artists. Artists usually care about their art. A lot. Disproportionately to their compensation in many cases.
Working in a gaming company means deadlines, so this can sometimes limit the amount of time/enetery artists can devote to a project. It can be a grind and demanding. But even so, I feel the results - new hero art, building’s appearance - looks good to my eye. And the UI works very well compared to knock-off games I’ve seen. So good on them for succeeding under deadlines.
As someone who works in the arts, I think I have something of an understanding of that process.
So I empathize with them.
And I want to support artists so I do pay money to SGG for their content, happy to know that the entertainment I receive from engaging in the game is being paid for.
I don’t think I know anyone actually from SGG, but I wish them well and thank them for designing a game that has kept me entertained a LOT longer than any X-Man or Avengers or Star Wars series of films. And that’s saying something.