The consensus at last week’s e-virtuoses conference is that the serious games industry is bigger than ever and growing, but the games still have to be fun.  E-virtuoses was held in Valenciennes, France with international participation.  “Anyone who makes the distinction between serious games and entertainment games doesn’t know the first thing about either,” said Jeroen van Mastrigt, founding Partner at WeLoveYourWork and a member of a jury that picked winning serious games in five different categories.

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