Students are invited to submit their original games, writing, and artwork into the Student Challenge Competition. Middle school students will enter their submissions into the Junior Division, while High school students submit their entries into the Senior Division. Student winners won’t just receive recognition, they’ll grab the spotlight on an international scale! Prizes include games, technology and a $10,000.00 scholarship generously provided by Take-Two Interactive!
Each game and submission will go through 3 rounds of judging. In the first round, finalists will be determined. In the second round, a winner for each category will be determined. In the third round, all of the winners from digital games submission categories will be eligible for the “Game of the Year” Award. Please Note: only digital game submissions are eligible for the Game of the Year prize.
The scores for each game are determined by a jury of gaming industry experts and theme content experts using scoring rubrics. The final decisions regarding finalists and winners for each category are based on the judge’s scores and determined by the G4C Learn staff.
Students will be notified of their standing in the competition via email by the end of April 2024. Winners will be announced live during a virtual awards ceremony in June, which all students will be invited to. Winners will receive games, technology, theme-related and experiential prizes. The Game of the Year will receive a $10,000 scholarship.