Who’s going to be at the 10th Anniversary Games for Change Festival? In addition to our phenomenal lineup of speakers and six keynotes, attendees who have registered so far represent a diverse background from game-making, academia, education, film-making, museums, and NGOs and NPOS from the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Columbia, England, Israel, and more. One in 10 attendees have identified themselves as top founders, presidents or CEOs of companies.
Here are some insights of who will be at the festival:
Who will you meet at this year’s Festival?
Attendees represent a diverse background from game-making, academia, education, film-making, museums, and NGOs and NPOS from the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Columbia, England, Israel, and more. One in 10 attendees have identified themselves as top founders, presidents or CEOs of companies. Here are some insights of who you’ll meet:
Tech and Gaming Industry
Organizations such as Amplify, Arkadium Inc., Audible.com, ESI Design, FableVision Studios, Filament Games, GameGurus, Google, HopeLab, iCivics, Impact Games, Large Animal Games, Learning Games Network, Preloaded, and Zynga.
Nonprofits and Causes
Coming from the nonprofit sector, a range of organizations already involved with or looking to enter the world of making games for social good, including the American Museum of Natural History, the BEST Foundation, the California Academy of Sciences, Habitat Heroes, Heifer International, the International Center for Research on Women, Internews, the Museum of the Moving Image, the National Hemophilia Foundation, The Packard Foundation, PBS Digital, the Poses Family Foundation, Sesame Workshop, U.S. Fund for UNICEF, and WITNESS.
Learning and Research
In addition to our partners at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, academics, educators and students will be attending from Arizona State University, Carnegie Mellon, City University New York (CUNY), Columbia University, Cornell University, DePaul University, Emerson College, New York University, NYU Game Center, Parsons The New School for Design, Princeton University, Rutgers University, University of Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin Media Lab.
The 10th Anniversary Festival will bring together old friends — such as the National Endowment for the Arts, Hearst Corp., McGraw-Hill Education, the Institute of Play and Woodstock Film Festival — as well as newcomers, such as Nike, Pearson, TD Ameritrade, ProPublica, Thirteen/WNET, and Zago.
So what are you waiting for? Regular registration closes June 7 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Get your ticket before they’re all gone.