Since its launch in June 2008, AMD Changing the Game has funded more than 50 programs by 28 organizations in the United States, China, Malaysia, Canada, Abu Dhabi, and Germany that enable youth game development impacting over 100,000 students.
- Funded the creation and implementation of the Game Tech program at 10 chapters of
Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) nationwide.
- Funded the development and implementation of the
World Wide Workshop Foundation’s
Globaloria game-design program at
East Austin College Prep Academy
Austin Film Society and Austin ISD summer game design camp and after-school program
- Funded Parsons New School summer game design workshops at two schools in Beijing China
- Funded after school and summer game design camps at York University in Toronto Ontario Canada.
- Funded the development of PETLab's
Activate! Game design website and curriculum
- Funded the creation of the AMD Gamezone on
Whyville, a learning based virtual world site for tweens.
- Co-sponsored the U.S.
National STEM Video Game Challenge and joined Change the Equation in support of the US
Educate to Innovate campaign.
Dresden Media Culture Center game design camps and workshops
Girlstart summer and fall game design camps and Girlstart to Go program
- Funded the implementation of the Game Tech program in 4 chapters of
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
- Funded the Children’s Environmental Heritage Foundation after school game design programs in Malaysia
Global Kids online leadership program Playing For Peace Game Design Challenge
Science Buddies Game Design activities portal
- Co-sponsored the
Games for Change Festival from 2008-2012
- Co-Sponsored Games for Change Festival, Latin America and Games for Change Festival, Europe
- Sponsored the
Alliance for Young Artists & Writers video game design category of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2010-2012
- Funded the implementation of the Game Tech program at 4 chapters of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
- Funded Abu Dhabi Education Council summer game design workshop in
Schmahl Science Workshop’s program to develop a sustainable fishing video game to communicate the dangers of over fishing to long-term human survival
- Funded the development of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, and Scholastic Online Game Development Portal for Teachers,
- Co-sponsored the
Malaysian Cybergames Festival 2010, including the "Dare to Create" digital game design and development workshop
- Funded 22 technology centers in 5 countries