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January 22, 2019

Serious Play Offering 2 Conferences on Game + Simulation Based Learning in 2019;
80+ Sessions for Business, Healthcare, Education Trainers, Instructional Designers

LOS ANGELES – Jan. 22, 2019 – Serious Play Events, featuring more than 80 sessions by the global thought leaders driving and expanding the study of games and simulations to improve learning and research will gather at two separate conferences in 2019:

  • Wednesday – Friday, July 10-12 at University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM)
  • Wednesday – Friday, July 24-26 at the University of Central Florida (UCF)’s new downtown campus in Orlando 

As research shows that hands on, experiential activity better engages participants, stimulates a higher level of brain activity and improves retention. The use of games and simulations is gathering steam as a more productive technique for education, training and research. Metaari, the leading analyst firm in the industry, is forecasting a 37%+ global CAGR for the next five years, quadrupling revenues to more than $17.1 billion by 2023.

Serious Play Conferences, three-day, practical, experiential learning events now in their 11th year, bring together serious game developers and instructional designers; training directors implementing learning programs in government, corporations and healthcare institutions; K12 administrators and faculty; higher education faculty.

To see the caliber of speakers and sessions last year, here is the program from the 2018 DC conference:
2018 SPC-GMU Program

Speakers interested in applying to do a session or workshop can find the form here:
http://seriousplayconf.com/speaker-submission/

For more information on the conferences, visit: www.seriousplayconf.com

Drafts of the 2019 programs will be up by mid-March.

Media Contact:
Sue Bohle
Executive Director
Serious Games Association
(310) 721 9083
sue@seriousplayconf.com