Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Games for Change Festival to celebrate 20th Anniversary in the New Year

The long-running event will return to New York to bring together gaming industry enthusiasts

The annual Games for Change Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary at its next flagship festival event.

New Year is quickly approaching and it’s time to get the diary out to start pencilling in events for 2023. One that may be on the list is the Games for Change Festival in New York City. The event has been running for two decades now, attracting attendees that believe in immersive media and the gaming industry. Developers, executives, changemakers and fans alike can all get together to share their thoughts and passion for the industry they believe in.

Over the years, the Games for Change mission to elevate and promote real-world change through video games has gone global. Inspiring cross-sector collaboration and igniting widespread innovation within the industry.

Games for change date

The celebration of 20 years will take place at the next event on July 18 through July 20, 2023. As usual, the event will take place at the Times Center in New York. During the multi-day event, industry experts will share ideas on the evolution and ever-changing space of the gaming market. Perspectives on where the industry is currently at, and future predictions on how the global future of games and immersive media will impact the wider world are all expected to be in discussion.

The XR for Change Summit will also be making a return as a full-day event. Here, immersive experiences that are exploring new pathways for social impact will be highlighted. The XR for Change Summit will also look into the world of emerging technologies such as the metaverse, AI, and our rapidly growing virtual spaces.

Festival registration will be open in early 2023. If your calendar needs more events, the No Limit Parade at Universal Studios Japan is making a return in 2023.

Written By

Paige Cook is a writer with a multi-media background. She has experience covering video games and technology and also has freelance experience in video editing, graphic design, and photography. Paige is a massive fan of the movie industry and loves a good TV show, if she is not watching something interesting then she's probably playing video games or buried in a good book. Her latest addiction is virtual photography and currently spends far too much time taking pretty pictures in games rather than actually finishing them.

You May Also Like

Level Up

Eager to be at the metaverse frontier, but not sure how to get started? As exciting as the idea of a shared digital space...


New blockchain gaming platform based on Unreal Engine 5.


Fashion brand teams up with proto-metaverse for two new eyewear options, the Helux and Hydra


The record for the most expensive land sale in the metaverse has just been raised


Subscribe to the future