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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 848d ago | interview

Global Gaming Initiative's Elizabeth Sarquis talks charitable gaming [interview]

GameZebo: A lot of good can come from playing video games. It can reduce stress and depression, and even improve the memory of the elderly. But there are some companies out there who wish to take it further. If playing a game can improve you as a person, why can’t it also improve the world around you? This is a question Global Gaming Initiative is hoping to answer. (Elizabeth Sarquis, PC)

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