Globey Awards

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About the Globeys

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Every year, Globaloria students participate in the Globey Awards, a game design competition that is the culmination of the year-long Globaloria program. The Globey Awards celebrate excellence in game design process and teamwork, and motivate students to dig deeper in their learning while developing real-world skills using industry-standard tools.

The Globeys are launched in the Fall semester with students working on their projects throughout the school year and submit to the competition at the end of the Spring Semester. Students compete against others in their own geographic region. In 2014, there will be 5 regional competitions: California, Texas, New York, West Virginia and Wyoming.


The winners are then selected by an expert panel of industry game designers and STEM innovators. the winners will be announced during the summer of July 31, 2014, and certificates and prizes, sponsored by our partners around the nation, will be awarded to the winning students.

See the photos from the 2013 Globey Awards Ceremonies in:


Grand Prize...


A Game Designer Kit for each member of the winning team!

The kit includes:
  • A Laptop
  • Adobe Creative Cloud subscription

All finalists will also win prizes. These prizes will vary by Globeys network but in the past have included video games, gaming mouse and mousepad sets, and Flip Cameras.

How to Enter

All Globaloria participants are automatically registered for the Globeys game design competition in their region.
To stay entered in the Globeys, be sure to sumbit each milestone by the assigned deadline.

Each competition has its own deadlines, partners and prizes.


Winner Information

Winners will be selected by a panel of expert judges and announced at the Globey Awards Ceremony in each region in the Spring.

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Winners will be chosen based on:
  1. How well the game works (Technical quality)
  2. How well the game-making process is presented (Production quality)
  3. How well the game represents subject knowledge and facts (Research quality)
  4. How well the game teaches subject content (Content quality)
  5. How well the game is designed (Artwork and animation quality)
  6. How well the team collaborates, if applicable (Teamwork quality)

Previous Winners

See Globey Award-winning games from past years.

The World Wide Workshop thanks our partners:

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