Ideo Game Development Contest for Moroccan University/Engineering students

The Cultural Heritage Center in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State is hosting a video game development contest to increase awareness about threats to cultural heritage from theft, looting, trafficking, and destruction.  

From November 5 to 21, teams of jammers will compete to create videogame prototypes related to the protection of cultural heritage.

All games created will be promoted on the Global Game Jam page for public play and showcased during a closing ceremony live-streamed from the American Pavilion at the Dubai World Expo in December.  The winning jammers will be invited to attend the Game Developers Conference in March 2022, and top games will receive financial support and mentorship for further development.  


2021-11-01 14:50:26

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