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Atlanta based nonprofit Jennifer Ann’s Group announces the “5th Annual Life. Love. Game Design Challenge” with a first place prize of $5,000 for the video game that best illustrates the dangers of dating violence for teens, tweens and young adults.
In 2008 Jennifer Ann’s Group announced the first challenge to promote awareness of teen dating violence through video games. Video game entries must increase awareness about teen dating violence but cannot include violence in the video game itself.