Winners of SDG Game: 5 P’s – 5 Challenges – 5 Campuses virtual escape room

On June 1, a meeting took place with the commission charged with carrying out the drawing to award 17 prizes to the individuals who participated in and completed the virtual escape room, ‘SDG Game: 5 P’s – 5 Challenges – 5 Campuses.’ Prosperity, the Chair of Sustainable Development at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) proposed this initiative as a pilot program to publicize knowledge about the Sustainable Development Goals and to assess the potential of escape rooms as instruments for raising awareness about the SDGs.

This commission was comprised of chair director, Antonio José Verdú; chair secretary, Juana Aznar; and director of the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism, Inmaculada Blaya. Their meeting confirmed the number of game participants, as well as the number of those who completed the 5 challenges, which opened a final key, which was the necessary requirement to be eligible for the drawing and participate in it.

The people who finished the game were entered into a drawing for one of 17 prizes, which is one for each of the SDGs. The lucky individuals will be informed of their good fortune by email, and then have 15 days to contact the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism to acknowledge their acceptance of a prize.

The game participants can also consult the chair website to learn whether they have won a prize by entering the alias they used to play in the first place.

Access to the Prosperity chair is via the following link: