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The Global Game Jam was founded to bring people together worldwide through the shared joy of game creation.
We are proud to announce our ICGJ 2017 keynote speaker: Mr. Noah Falstein, Chief Game Designer for Google.
Hawaii has wrapped, meaning that Global Game Jam ® 2017 has come to an end. What a weekend it was!
With Hawaii’s jam safely underway, we are now free to reveal to the world the theme for Global Game Jam ® 2017. The theme is deceptively simple, just a single word: “waves”.
One of the great traditions that has developed in nine years of Global Game Jam ® is the production of gorgeous posters for individual sites.
GGJ site organizers have an amazing opportunity to travel to one of the world's most exciting international video game conferences thanks to our 2017 headline sponsor
Global Game Jam® 2017 is a non-profit volunteer-run event with a single goal: to bring together people all over the world to have a great time making innovative games.  
The wait is over! Global Game Jam ® 2017 is happening right now, and we're here to help you make the most of it!
It has begun! Global Game Jam 2017 has officially kicked off in five jamming sites across New Zealand.
Yes, it's hard to believe, but Global Game Jam 2017 is only hours away. Don't panic! We're here to help!
In the spirit of creating a truly global and inclusive event Global Game Jam will be broadcasting almost 50 hours of Twitch livestreams from GGJ sites all around the world from 46 locations in 24 c
Tobii Tech's goal is to work with developers and find games all around the world that are conducive to eye tracking.
Hey there hardcore jammers! Are you looking to crank the dial on your jam up to eleven? You are? Well, the GGJ17 diversifiers are here!
Every year, the Global Game Jam ® keynote speakers have an important job.
Have you been planning to register a jam site for Global Game Jam ® 2017 but haven’t quite gotten into gear yet?
Do you have some interesting ideas for constraints or inclusions for jammers that could make their games more original, more diverse, or more accessible?

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