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GAwards 2013 Winners: The Best in Gamification

Gawards 2013

The GAward Winners of 2013!

Each year we hold the GAwards to recognize companies for their best practices and use of engagement techniques with gamification. We crowdsourced the nominees to see who has had the most impact on the gamification communities and we officially announced all the winners at the main stage of GSummit SF 2013. Here’s a recap on who won:






Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Consumer Facing Applications: BBVA Game


Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Education: The MMO-School Project


Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Enterprise: Jive Gamification


Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Health and Wellness:  Nike+ FuelBand


Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Human Resources:  MindTickle


Best Use of Engagement Techniques for Social Good: Tilt World


Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Travel and Hospitality: Caesars Total Rewards


And for our top accolades:

Greatest Impact in Gamification – Deloitte Leadership Academy


Special Achievement in Gamification: Kevin Werbach and his Coursera Class on Gamification

We offer a great big thank you to our community who participated in the voting and an even bigger thank you to all the winners who are leading the way with their innovative and expert use of engagement practices. Keep on doing what you’re doing and we expect an even better list next year.


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  • Steven Berends

    What was the award? a golden joystick?

    • Ariel Zealot

      A golden car toy is more like it.

      • Gary Henkle

        it was a golden Monopoly piece. :) very close.

        • Ariel Zealot

          The little 1920s car is always my favorite pick when playing Monopoly :)

    • Gary Henkle

      It was a golden Monopoly piece.

  • Cathrin Morf

    Congratulations to all of the winners! Well deserved all round.

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