COMMUNITY DRIVEN PROGRAMS
Gaming Solutions Built Around Communities
THE POWER OF COMMUNITY
A thriving community is built on tradition and shared experience. 71% of adolescents are involved in communities that use gaming as a conduit for learning new skills, pushing each other to excel, discussing narratives, and much more.
This becomes a lifelong activity; most gamers keep playing well into adulthood. In the United States, 212 million people play video games. Of that group, 76% are above the age of 18. Gaming has nearly limitless potential to suit the needs and desires of a group of individuals and bring them together.
INDUSTRY SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS
Gaming Programs Designed to Meet Your Needs
WE USE GAMING AS AN ENGAGEMENT TOOL FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
GAMING IN EDUCATION
Gaming plays an increasingly significant role in modern education. Children engaging in lesson plans built around video games experience increased levels of comprehension. Cleveland Clinic states that gamers perform tasks involving memorization and impulsive behavior at high levels: "Unlike TV shows and movies, video games are interactive and require attention to detail and task management.”
Engagement At Every Level
Students' needs change as they progress through their academic career. Our programs are designed support cognitive development at every level. Whether in preschool or college, students will be able to engage at a level that compliments their academic growth.
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