Carleton University in Ottawa
The last test game before the launch of the Kickstarter campaign took place in Canada! We flew over the Atlantic Ocean to Ottawa, the fantastic Canadian capital, to play the Brexit negotiations with European Studies students at the renowned Carleton University. We now have solid proof that 'How to Win Brexit?’ is ready to be played globally!
Model European Union in Warsaw
Our next stop was at the Model European Union (MEU) in the dynamic capital of Poland, the rising city of Warsaw. After Zagreb and Skopje, it was the 3rd MEU event where ‘How to Win Brexit?’ was hosted. We continue fruitful and mutually inspiring cooperation with BETA Europe!
UACES Annual Conference in Lille
Our next phase took us to the UACES Annual conference in the picturesque city of Lille in northeast France. UACES is one of the most distinguished academic associations in the European Studies field. Crucially, UACES members and friends are predominantly highly renowned Brexit experts affiliating mostly with UK universities. Their enthusiastic feedback was an encouraging indication of the game’s promise.
BETA Europe Symposium in Prague
This time, 'How to Win Brexit?’ came to the heart of charming Prague, just metres away from the phenomenal Old Town Square of the Czech Capital. There we were hosted by BETA Europe during its Annual Symposium. The participants played two absorbing sessions. Both games were tension-filled until the very last moment, and both sessions ended with No Deal!
Negotiation Student Club in Warsaw
What a game, and what a last-minute twister! This time we tested „How to Win Brexit?” at the first-rate Student Negotiation Club in Warsaw. Players enjoyed upgraded features and graphic elements, particularly the amended Main Boards & Character Cards version.
Model European Union in Skopje
We continue our test tour with the game 'How to Win Brexit?’ around Europe! This time in lovely Skopje, the monumental capital of North Macedonia. BETA Macedonia – the Macedonian branch of the large European family of Bringing Europeans Together Association – BETA Europe invited us to play the game alongside the Model European Union simulation.
Erasmus Plus Youth Exchange in Zagreb
The 'How to Win Brexit?’ game has seen much recent activity. Work on the game’s graphics and mechanics coincided with starting our collaboration with Bringing Europeans Together Association – BETA Europe. BETA Europe organises political simulation events – the Model European Union (MEUs) across Europe. It is a privilege to be a part of it!
The Graan Cafe Republiek in Groningen
We were back in Groningen. This time, the EU-funded project ‘European Republic Cafe’ hosted us at a cosy cafe – the Graan Cafe Republiek in the appealing city centre. The cafe’s iconic wooden table with its little library in the background, usually used as a place for local discussion, presented our board game ‘How to Win Brexit?’.
University of Amsterdam (UvA)
Our second trial of the game took us to Amsterdam’s outstanding canals. With the picturesque engineering marvels as our backdrop, MA students of European Studies at Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA) played 'How to Win Brexit?’.
University of Groningen
It was our first major international test of the 'How to Win Brexit?’ We visited glorious Groningen in the Netherlands – a very student-friendly and gezellig city!