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By Clint Demeritt on Sep 19, 2014

Gaming is serious business. Video games have come a long way since the days of pong. They have grown up from their quarter-eating early days into a multibillion dollar industry that has surpassed TV, books and movies in terms audience and revenue. Games are hugely compelling thanks to their interactive and challenging nature, rewarding players with digital prizes that light up the pleasure centers in the brain for hard earned accomplishments. Realizing this, marketers have since tried to tap into the engaging nature of games in an effort categorized as “gamification.” Though big data has pushed gamification out of the buzzword spotlight, the theories behind what makes games compelling are still valuable for marketers. The DMA2014 session “Beyond Gamification: A Holistic Solution to 1:1 Inc

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