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Online games have become a staple in entertainment and leisure for most people, especially students. As more and more games become available in the market, gamer base is growing exponentially. Most parents and school authorities might think that this will distract students from focusing on their studies.

As part of e-Games continuing drive on responsible gaming and promoting positive in-game values, e-Games will be visiting Marist School in Marikina on November 24, 2008. Jessa Jamilla, e-Games Community Head, will talk about how students can pick up useful skills and information while playing online games. She will also talk about the potential future careers in online game publishing.

The event is also in conjunction with Marist School’s Make Science Work for You campus affair.

If you’re an e-Gamer and a student of Marist School, make sure to catch us there to learn more than just playing games. You might just be able to grab some neat prizes as well as game installers and posters that will be given away!

See you there!

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