Let's Change the Game: ARGs in Charity and Education

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With sessions and panels by leading ARG designers, academics and educators in the field, the Let's Change the Game conference is an exceptional introduction to 'serious ARGs'.For developers and commissioners of ARGs, it's a great chance to learn about recent games and developments in the UK and around the world, and to network with key players.

Speakers include:

  • Alice Taylor (Channel 4 Commissioning Editor, Education)
  • Philip Trippenbach (BBC Current Affairs)
  • Adrian Hon (Six to Start, Let's Change the Game)
  • Juliette Culver (Law 37, Operation Sleeper Cell)
  • Mike Bennett (Oil Productions)
  • Alex Moseley (University of Leicester)
  • and more!

This event is organised by Let's Change the Game and Law 37, in aid of Cancer Research UK. All profits will go to Cancer Research UK. We would like to thank Channel 4 for donating a venue for this conference.

Name Sales End Price Fee
Standard   Ended £70 £1.75
Students Ended £35 £0.88

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