Why the East Coast Game Conference isn’t JUST for Gamers

Gaming is getting more serious these days, and the organizers of the sixth annual East Coast Game Conference have planned next week’s two days of workshops, speakers, expos and events to prove it. Serious gaming, or gaming used for training, strategy, education, government, defense, health and more, is woven throughout conference tracks that range from production, narrative and art to programming, design and gaming technologies. Organizers Troy Knight of the Raleigh creative agency BLDG 25 and Walter Rotenberry of Wake Tech’s computer science department hope this year’s event is appealing to corporations interested in training employees or customers using...

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