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Foundations of Digital Games 2024

21 May - 24 May

$50 – $550
Foundations of Digital Games 2024

The International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games (FDG) invites any-and-all research contributions that advance the study, understanding, and knowledge of digital games. From traditional academic submissions (e.g., full papers and short papers) to interactive playable experiences (e.g., full games or demos), to panel proposals, doctoral consortium applications, and beyond, FDG strives to provide a welcoming home for all types of games scholarship.

Games are an inherently interdisciplinary medium, and as such the conference welcomes contributions from within and across any discipline committed to the advancement of knowledge of digital games. Historically the conference receives submissions from fields such as computer science and engineering, humanities and social sciences, arts and design, as well as mathematics and natural sciences, though this list is by no means exhaustive. The greater the diversity of perspectives represented at the conference, the further we can push the boundaries of the field.

Traditionally papers submitted and accepted for presentation at the conference are published in the ACM Digital Library. Paper submissions―both short and long―and game and demo submissions will go through a double anonymous peer review process, and therefore should be anonymized and written in the ACM SIGCONF format. Word and LaTeX templates of this format can be accessed here: ACM Primary Template. Panel proposals, workshop proposals, competition proposals, Doctoral Consortium applications, and all other contributions will be single anonymous. All contributions should be submitted via the FDG 2024 EasyChair.

When making a submission, EasyChair will ask you to select a Track. A list of this year’s conference’s tracks and brief descriptions of each can be found below. Please select the track that you feel best represents the nature of your work and is the community of scholars that you would most like to review it. If none of the tracks are a perfect fit, please do not be deterred! Either select the track that you believe is the best fit, or, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email the Program Co-Chairs at katta.spiel@tuwien.ac.at and bsamuel@cs.uno.edu with any questions you may have. We’ll do our best to ensure every submission finds its proper home and is reviewed by members of the games community best equipped to critique it fairly.

We are excited to review your work! Together, we’ll make FDG24 the best one yet!

If you have an event you would like to have listed, please submit your details using this form for consideration. Please note, not all events are listed, they are reviewed by the internal team ahead of publication.