FROG – Future and Reality of Gaming


FROG – Future and Reality of Gaming 2021

15th Vienna Games Conference
Saturday, November, 27th 2021 

Location: online, via Zoom 

The international conference brings together scholars, players, students, game designers, game developers, educators and experts from various disciplines to discuss the Future and Reality of Gaming. This year the conference addresses “The Magic of Games” in its many forms and invites  game scholars and creators from around the globe to discuss the ways in which their work is infused by a kind of magic.  

Call for Contributions & submission form (open until 06.11.2021) 
Participant registration 

Hashtag for the conference: #FROG2021

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FROG Crossroads

Friday, November, 26th 2021 
10:00 – open end  

Location:
Premises of the Medien-Jugend-Info (MJI)  
Untere Donaustraße 13-15  
1020 Vienna  

Open to anyone who wants to engage in a fruitful, lively, and creative dialogue in and around the field of Game Studies / Game Making / Game Activism.  

More details and participant registration (open until 19.11.2021) 


FROG Week

Monday, 22nd – 25th, November 2021

During the FROG Week from November 22rd to 25th, expert talks and workshops for the target groups students, parents and educators will take place. The FROG Week will be held in German language.

More details and registration

FROG 2021 | Programme

The FROG 2021 programme will be released 2 weeks before the conference.

In the meantime, you can watch the recordings of all FROG 2020 talks on our YouTube playlist!

FROG 2021 Chairs

Center for Applied Game Studies, Danube University Krems:

  • Natalie Denk
  • Alexander Pfeiffer
  • Nikolaus König
  • Thomas Wernbacher
  • Simon Wimmer
  • Herbert Rosenstingl (Bundesministerium für Arbeit, Familie und Jugend)
  • Alesha Serada (University of Vaasa)

FROG Partners

Bundeskanzleramt
Sektion VI – Familie und Jugend
Untere Donaustraße 13-15
1020 Wien
bundeskanzleramt.gv.at

Zentrum für Angewandte Spieleforschung
Donau-Universität Krems
Dr. Karl Dorrek Straße 30
3500 Krems
donau-uni.ac.at/ags