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6th Annual Serious Games Showcase & Challenge - Australia

Simulation Australasia (SimAust), in association with the International Serious Games Showcase & Challenge, presents the 6th Annual Serious Games Showcase & Challenge - Australasia (SGSCA) at the 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC). The SGSCA will be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney (Sydney, Australia) from Monday 28 August to Thursday 31 August 2017. Each person or entity that enters the 2017 SGSCA agrees to abide by these Terms and Conditions (available at www.simulationcongress.com/sgsca), and by the decisions of the host (SimAust), and its evaluators.

All decisions of the host (including, but not limited to, acceptance of evaluator’s decisions) and any modifications to these rules are final, binding and non-negotiable.

The SGSCA seeks to expand the general exposure and understanding of game-based training solutions and to promote Australasian capability, both nationally and internationally. The SGSCA targets game based solutions on all platforms, designed for users of any age or background.

For the purpose of this contest, a serious game is defined as:
The digital application of gaming technology, processes and design to the solution of problems faced by business, government, academia and society in general. To qualify for this challenge, the gaming application must:

  1. Clearly identify a designated problem or deficiency
  2. Involve an assigned challenge
  3. Employ some form of positive and / or negative reward system
In order to be considered for this challenge, final submission packages must be completed according to the submissions checklist with registration fee paid and must be received via the online submission portal no later than Friday 23 June 2017.

If you experience any problems with the registration process, please follow this link or contact the following address: daan@oztron.com



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