iThrive Initiative Extends RFP for Creation of Digital Empathy Games

iThrive Initiative Extends RFP for Creation of Digital Empathy Games

iThrive Initiative Extends RFP Deadline for Creation of Digital Empathy Games to April 22

Nashville, March 11, 2016 – The iThrive Initiative has extended its digital empathy games RFP response deadline from March 18 until April 22, 2016. On February 22, 2016, iThrive issued an RFP for the development of electronic games and game modifications that advance empathy in adolescents. All the relevant information to respond to the RFP can be found by visiting here.

A significant number of potential game developer respondents have asked for more time to prepare their proposals; many are taking time in March to prepare for and attend the Game Developers’ Conference (GDC) next week in San Francisco. “With this new timeline, we expect to conduct a question and answer webinar for interested parties after GDC,” said Heidi McDonald, iThrive’s Creative Director. “We encourage developers who are interested in this RFP to register on the iThrive website soon so they will be notified when the webinar will occur.” Registration creates no obligations.

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