The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Korea Creative Content Agency, and the Game Culture Foundation are recruiting family members participating in the 2nd 2022 Game Culture Family Camp (Camp) in June.
In 2015, more than 5,200 families have participated in the game culture family camp. This year, a total of five times will be held in Gangwon -gu, Jeolla, Chungcheong, and Gyeonggi -do for families consisting of elementary school children and guardians.
The first camp was attended by a total of 62 families from May 13 to 14 at Alpensia Resort in Pyeongchang, Gangwon -do. The second camp will be held in Muju Taekwondowon, Jeollabuk -do from June 24 to 25.
The camp consists of game culture quiz competitions, game culture experience zones, game -listening training, and family e -sports competitions. In particular, the game literacy training is a representative of the Plisty Jinsol, who participated as a conductor in StarCraft Live Concert and League of Legends Music Concert, teaches the ‘good influence of the game’.
Subsequently, the family e -sports competition, where guardians and children participate as a team, will be held with Brolsstars and Cartrider Rush Plus, and will be presented with products and souvenirs sponsored by Super Cell and Nexon.
In addition, Muju Taekwondowon, where the second camp is held, can operate a program that can experience Taekwondo through VR and AR, and also use monorails that run to Taekwondowon Observatory.
There is also social contribution activities for camp participants. Donating small clothes, unused toys, and unused books can be replaced with game -related souvenirs. Donated items are delivered to related child welfare groups.
The camp is free to participate, and the family who wants to participate can apply from 10 am on May 16 to 2 pm on May 16 at the official website of the Korea Creative Content Agency. Participants will be selected based on the motives created when applying, and the final selection results will be individually guided from June 9th.
Meanwhile, the Game Culture Foundation operates a variety of projects to spread the right game culture, such as game culture classes, guardian game -based training, game and immersive healing center programs, and game time selection system. For more information, please visit the Game Culture Foundation homepage.