The annual Games For Change Festival has put together a neat infographic of stats and figures for this year’s event, which happened in May. Games for Change’s mission is “catalyzing social impact through digital games.”  Its annual conference, the Games for Change Festival, gathers academics, developers, philanthropists, journalists, and others to talk about how games can be leveraged for social good.

It’s great to see that participation was 50/50 women and men and that 21 different countries were represented in the lineup.



We covered G4C in a couple of articles: An Inspiring Start to the Learning Conference,  6 Notable Games From G4C, and 15 Truths About Learning from G4C 2015.

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