How The Gaming Industry Cultivates Games for Social Good


Considering the expansion of community players, game makers view an opportunity to deliver a new kind of corporate social responsibility -- using games as a platform to create social impact.

Many organizations, some are renowned charities, have embraced games as an innovative and cost-effective method to engage consumers, specifically millennials. Incorporating cause-related content into commercial games, if woven organically, enables players to quickly respond.

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