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G4C13: Speakers (All) Play

Presentations from the 10th Anniversary Games for Change Festival.

This list includes all recorded presentations, excluding keynotes. See all keynotes from the 10th Anniversary Festival here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1G85ERLMItCV4vIaLrAHU­cRZnaQC7dpk.

G4C13: Half the Sky Spotlight Play

Half the Sky Movement: the Game is the latest installment of the landmark transmedia project, which includes the #1 NYT best-selling book and a critically acclaimed primetime PBS series.

Over the three years of fundraising and production, Games for Change built relationships with 7 of the world's leading NGOs on women and girl issues that became the direct beneficiaries of the game. Frima Studio, an award-winning Facebook developer, was selected to build the game. With a line-up of blue chip funders and the active support of Zynga.org and Facebook, Games for Change orchestrated one of the most visible and talked about game launches in the space of games for good.

In this special spotlight, world experts from Zynga, Frima Studio, NGO's and foundations that partnered on the project will openly share what worked well and what didn't and some of the main findings three months after the launch of the game. We will cover a range of areas, such as game design, content expertise, marketing, distribution testing and analytics.

G4C13: Sex Etc. Game Design Competition Award Play

In Games for Change's first-ever public design competition, we awarded a $35,000 to create a prototype of a safe sex awareness game. The winners, selected on-stage at the 10th Anniversary Games for Change Festival, will developed this game prototype for and in collaboration with Answer, a progressive, tech-savvy organization that has more than 30 years experience providing and promoting sexuality awareness to young people.

Three finalists presented at the Games for Change Festival, with Safe Sex With Friends taking home the grand prize. Congrats to designers Kaho Abe, Ramsey Nasser, and Sarah Schoemann.

Visit Games for Change's blog for more on the finalists and the contest: http://www.gamesforchange.org/2013/06/games-for-change-annou­nces-sex-etc-finalists/
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