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  • Gamification can boost engagement
  • Gamification can boost engagement
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Gamification can boost engagement

Gamification can help student engagement in classrooms, but can it strengthen loyalty connections? Fast food brand Quiznos ran a successful campaign leading to 4,200 signups for its loyalty programme - showing how games paired with rewards can drive brand engagement.

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