If so, you could win $15,000 in The Money Game Design Jam, presented by Yetizen and AmTrust Financial this weekend.
There is a catch, of course. The game must be designed to model financial choices and teach high school kids to understand the impacts of basic financial decisions. As examples, games could incorporate financial planning, choice modeling, cost benefit analytics, the time value of money, and budget planning. It’s all pretty dry stuff. But that’s actually why this event caught my eye. Read more »