DiGRA Belgium

About the Chapter

DiGRA Belgium’s objective is twofold. First, to facilitate dynamic collaborations and unite game studies researchers on a national and transregional level. Second, to forge sustainable international relationships through a series of activities organized in Belgium.

DiGRA Belgium is currently open to students, researchers and practitioners in the field of game studies.


  • HEAJ : Gaël Gilson
  • Howest : Vicky Vermeulen
  • KUL : Eva Grosemans
  • UAntwerp : Rowan Daneels
  • UCL : Alessandro Cierro
  • UGent : Alexander Vandewalle
  • ULiège : Fanny Barnabé
  • UMons : Loïc De Faria Pires
  • ULB : Karel Vanhaesebrouck
  • UNamur : Sara Dethise

Become a DiGRA Member

Join the premier international association for professionals, academics, developers and other individuals interested in the evolving fields of digital gaming and game studies.