Games for Change has opened the 5th annual Competition to ALL students!
Students across the country have been working hard all year to design digital games focused on social impact themes, and now we want to see them! Through April 29th, middle and high school students across the country will be able to compete in the Challenge for the chance to win national recognition and a bevy of cool prizes! Spotlight Cities that receive year-round programming (New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Atlanta) will continue to compete in local, citywide competitions, while all other students will compete on a national level.
Students can enter their social impact games across the four themes outlined below!
To date, the G4C Student Challenge has reached over 20,000 students, trained 343 educators, hosted 44 game jams, and resulted in the creation of nearly 2,000 original impact games made by students.
Supporters of the 2019-2020 G4C Student Challenge include Take-Two Interactive, Annenberg Learner, Annenberg Foundation, General Motors, Endless, Motorola Foundation, Truth Initiative, AT&T, Bigglesworth Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.