Scientific Research & Education

Building bridges between the academic world and the reality of the field has been part of our DNA since the very beginning of the foundation.

We’ve had the privilege to work with some awesome teams

In addition to collaborations with various laboratories and research chairs, some members of the Virtual Guardian Foundation are also researchers in their own fields.

Esports

Developing guidelines and techniques to optimize performance and training in a healthy manner.

Accessibility

As much as possible, no one should be excluded from an activity they would like to do, or even just try, just because of their disability.

Cyberaddiction

Social media and video games can be great tools, but they are not without risks. There needs to be a careful balance.

Technology

Being omnipresent in digital environments, the FGV must constantly adapt its intervention methods.

Inclusivity

It’s not just a fancy word, there are concrete problems that require concrete actions.

Education

To ensure that positive change takes place, we help inform academia about what is happening in the field, while using the latest science in our programs.

How to work it us?

Step 1: Contact Us

If you have a research project, a request for a speaker, or an idea for collaboration with the Virtual Guardian Foundation, the first step is simple: contact us!

Step 2: Meeting

Whether by email, video conference or in person, we will be able to discuss your needs or request. Our priority is the well-being of the people. So if we are not the solution you are looking for, we will direct you to the right resource.

Step 3: Cooperation

Yeah! We mutually concluded that we were a good match. So let’s start working together to make the world a little bit better.

Some examples of past and ongoing cooperation:

Acfas

Multiples conferences

Esports Academy of Canada

Research management

Projet IP-Jeunes

Knowledge sharing

Parasports Qu├ębec

Projet coordination

Interactive Symposium 2021 (Concordia)

Thematic workshop

Esports Research Network

Participation