A partial list organisations who have commissioned reports, research, evidence or literature reviews, games in education websites, guides, infokits, specialised presentations or other game-centric content. Over the years some have changed their name, merged, or have been shuttered.

European education and research sectors
* The Emapps project.
* The 6th EU Research Framework Programme.
* Tilburg University.

UK Governmental
Business Link.
Learning and Teaching Scotland (became Education Scotland).
– The Scottish Government.
BEIS (the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy).
DfE (the Department for Education).
DEFRA (the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs).

UK universities
* The University of Aberdeen.
* The University of Glasgow.
* The Institute of Education.
* The Learning Technology Support Service at the University of Bristol.
* Leeds Metropolitan (now Leeds Beckett) University.
* Newcastle University.
* The Open University.
* The University of Oxford.
* The University of Sheffield.

Other UK education sector organisations and services
BECTA (the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency).
CERLIM (the Centre for Research in Libraries, Information and Media).
– The Eduserv Foundation.
Jisc Digital Media.
Jisc Techwatch.
NESTA Futurelab (merged with the National Foundation for Educational Research).

Game sector businesses and organisations
* ELSPA, the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (now UKie, the association for UK interactive entertainment).
* Microsoft USA.
* Natsume (now Natsume Atari).
* Sony Interactive Entertainment USA.
* TIGA (The Independent Games Developers Association).

BT (British Telecommunications).
– The University of Chicago.
Ordnance Survey.
– The National Health Service.

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