Companies & Organizations to Meet at the Festival (Registration Wraps Up Soon!)
Time to register is running out: On Monday, April 14, fees will go up as part of late registration, so be sure to get your tickets before then!
There’s so much to see, play, and do this year:
Who will you meet?
And through our partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival, we’re taking games to the streets of NYC with our first-ever G4C Public Arcade.
/// Media & Publishers ///
Turner Broadcasting System
/// For-Profit Entities ///
/// Academia ///
Arizona State University
Carnegie Mellon University
Full Sail University
MIT Dalai Lama Center for Ethics & Transformative Values
MIT Media Lab
New York University
Parsons The New School For Design
SVA Design for Social Innovation
The University of Manchester
/// Game Companies ///
/// Public Sector ///
American Museum of Natural History
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Birds Nest Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Common Sense Media
Joan Ganz Cooney Center
National Endowment for the Humanities
National Museum of the American Indian
NYC Department of Education
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Robin Hood Foundation
The Code Liberation Foundation
The Museum of Modern Art
And finally, a bit of background on who’s coming to the Festival:
- New audiences: Two-thirds of registrants are attending their first Festival this year! Meet some of them at our networking events: opening night party, speed networking, meet the experts, morning workshops, and topic tables.
- Our industry is young (literally!): Half of attendees are 18 to 34 years old. Meet the future creators of social impact and games.
- International guests: More than 10% come from outside the U.S., representing the U.K., Denmark, Colombia, Canada, Brazil, Belgium, Australia, and Israel.
- Where attendees work: Professionals from the games industry (25%), nonprofits and NGOs (25%), and academia (25%), as well as a diverse representation of funders, start-ups, media, and more.