EFGAMP members

EFGAMP is composed of a number of international realities, working with the joint effort to preserve digital data with a particular regard to video games. EFGAMP members range from permanent Museums, which host physical artifacts collections and cultural activities to promote video games and spread acknowledgment of the medium, to more technical entities which aim to create new solutions and strategies to preserve this kind of data.

Here below you can find the complete list of the founding members of the Federation:

VIGAMUS – The Video Game Museum of Rome (Italy)
represented by Marco Accordi Rickards
www.vigamus.com

Computerspielemuseum (Germany)
represented by Andreas Lange
www.computerspielemuseum.de

Digital Games Research Center (DIGAREC) (Germany)
represented by Michael Liebe
www.digarec.org

The National Library of Sweden
represented by Bengt Olof Ågetoft
www.kb.se

The Royal Library, National Library of Denmark and Copenhagen University Library (Denmark)
represented by Jakob Moesgaard
www.kb.dk

MO5.COM (France)
represented by Philippe Dubois
www.mo5.com

RetrocCollect LPP
represented by Jan Baart
www.retrocollect.com

The Software Preservation Society (United Kingdom) / KryoFlux P&S Ltd (United Kingdom)
represented by Christian Bartsch
www.softpres.orgwww.kryoflux.com

Subotron (Austria)
represented by Jogi Neufeld
www.subotron.com

Institute for Sound and Vision (Netherlands)
www.beeldengeluid.nl

The National Video Game Archive
www.thenva.com