Teen dating violence is a public health problem affecting nearly half of all teens and compounded by many constraints: Educators are limited by a lack of funding and paucity of available evidence documenting the impact of traditional educational initiatives; Parents are generally unaware of the pervasive and dangerous nature of the problem; and Teens don't want to be judged or patronized by teachers and parents. In this session you will learn how videogames overcomes these considerable constraints and, despite a public perception associating them with a number of societal ills, are arguably the most effective pedagological approach to dating violence prevention. Session attendees will learn of the evidence-based research demonstrating their effectiveness for preventing dating violence. They will also learn how videogames have a distinct advantage over traditional methods. Attendees will also learn how to access and use these resources free of charge at home, play, or in the classroom.