“The game that can add 10 years to your life”
In my 2012 TED Global talk, I explain how games can boost our resilience, help us experience post-traumatic growth, and even give us 10 extra years of life.
“Gaming can make a better world”
The best hope we have for surviving the next century on this planet? Games. In this 20-minute TED talk, I explain why we need to achieve 21 billion hours of online gaming a week by the year 2020. That’ll be just an hour a day, every day, for half of the people on Earth…
In which I attempt to convince Stephen Colbert that playing games is the single most productive way to spend our time.
Throw out your to-do lists. This 45-minute School of Life sermon proposes a radically gameful way to get the most out of each day.
“Gamers tackle the world’s most urgent challenges”
7 minutes live on CNN news! This was a major epic win for me — and for the EVOKE game, which officially became the first alternate reality game in the genre’s ten-year history to make it on to live national news.
“How to unleash 10 positive emotions in 60 seconds of play”
I was pleasantly surprised when TED decided to share this secret mini-game of Massively Multiplayer Thumb-Wrestling that I ran at TED Global 2013. Now you can learn how to give a hands-on demonstration of the top 10 positive emotions of gameplay.