GamFed reports first 6 months activity
The International Gamification Confederation (GamFed) reports its first 6 months of activity. Launched on January 1st 2013, GamFed is proud to announce that over 50 members in over 12 countries worldwide have now joined the association.
As the gamification market is gathering speed, GamFed is strongly supporting the growth by focusing on sharing best practice. GamFed has now published three case studies after collecting feedback from its members:
-the Sephora campaign by Actiplay (France, Europe and Asia)
-the TechHub campaign by Leaderboarded (UK)
-the Book of Mormon musical by Big Door (USA)
Gamifiers events in the UK have been organized and two more will follow in Germany as well as Turkey.
More activity will be launched shortly.
Toby Beresford GamFed Chair stated: “We are delighted with our success. Our members are very active in all our activities and we have seen positive feedback from the market on our case studies. The fact that we have managed to foster over 50 members in just 6 months in 12 countries as diverse as Bangladesh, India, Brazil, the US, Poland or other European countries shows that the gamification market is truly international. I would like to thank everyone in our community for their support and added value”.
If you are interested in becoming a member, go to www.gamfed.com and fill out the form. Membership fees are waived for 2013 and will start in 2014.
The International Gamification Confederation (GamFed) leads, unites and fosters the interests of industry practitioners, vendors, consultants and educators worldwide for the benefit of the Gamification market.
The International Gamification Confederation (GamFed) is aimed at:
– Promoting the gamification market
– Helping networking
– Ensuring consistency in business practices
– Lobbying at an international level for legal issues
– Helping with market vision and market data
– Ensuring consistency in training and standard level
Toby Beresford, Chair [email protected]
Nicolas Babin, Secretary [email protected]
Niels van der Linden, Treasurer [email protected]
Roman Rackwitz, Deputy Chair [email protected]