Follow these 5 steps to successfully integrate gamification into your event

1. Set out an event gamification strategy

2. Break your events up with more game stepping stones

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3. Define the reward system

4. Effectively share the idea

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  • To reach as many people as possible and obtain the best results possible, create a QR code which will allow you to refer anyone who is interested directly to your games, the platform or the website dedicated to your event.
  • Social media is an excellent platform to advertise and promote your events. Create a sense of anticipation and excitement by talking about the event, posting photos, videos and giving sneak peeks of the programme. Build interest before the day arrives and invite people to take part.
  • If you have a client database, think about sharing important information with them through newsletters and texts to communicate more directly.

Expert advice!

  • Benefit from the Drimify team’s 10+ years of experience by using our practical promotion guide for your event games. Make sure the odds are in your favour thanks to our list of important points to refer to.

5. Prolong and renew the experience

  • Organise a challenge after the event and make them want to play again by offering new mini-games to keep them engaged.
  • Or even send a newsletter with a game inside it to thank participants and give them information about upcoming events that you plan on organising in the next few months. Send them a reminder a few weeks after the event to ask them what they thought of the event by leaving a review through a Drimify survey.
  • And finally, don’t forget to post the highlights of your event online by sharing snapshots, reviews you have received and the results of different games that were offered with an overview of the ranking board.



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