+20 games for clients</li></ul>European Research projects: SIREN, PlayMancer, Vistra& GaLa<br />
Company background<br /><ul><li>Serious Games Interactive (SGI) was founded in 2006 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Develop serious games that combines playing, learning, communication and story-telling.
Covered in most major news outlets and won numerous awards over the years.
A cross-disciplinary team of 18 people with strong roots in research. </li></li></ul><li>
TOP3 - Interesting trends<br /><ul><li>Real impact – Information is not enough. We need real behaviour change.
Gamification– Games are moving into all contexts and areas. Not just products.
New devices & channels – The adaptation and reach expands with digital distribution, smart phones, SmartTV and tablets.</li></li></ul><li>The Nordic Region<br /><ul><li>No dedicated funding for Games-for-change but increasing interest from aid agencies and NGOs.
No formal organisations or conference although there has been a few attempts over the years.
Fits well with the progressive approach, game savy audience and good infrastructure.</li></ul>http://nsg.jyu.fi/index.php/Main_Page<br />
Global – G4C<br />Global Conflicts<br />World Bank<br />
The Nordic Region – we are somewhat alone<br />The City that shouldn’t exist (ECHO)<br />Game about worlds largest refugee camp.<br />http://www.facebook.com/TheCityThatShouldntExist<br />Against all odds (UNCHR)<br />A game about having to flee your country and about your rights. <br />www.playagainstallodds.com<br />
The Nordic Region<br /><ul><li>U-landskalender.dk (Danida & DR): in coordination with DR. Go back to 1970s as a paper calendar forenlighting kids. Moved online for real 5 years ago, and have been investing in a game that reach around 150.000 children in Denmark (the majority of kids).
Global Conflicts (SGI): Award-winning influential series now going into its fifth year with 10 episodes online covering global hot spots. Translated into more than 7 languages. </li></ul>www.u-landskalender.dk<br />www.globaconflicts.eu<br />
The Nordic Region<br />Danida – Sierra Leone 2011<br />