It’s there: in print and in Open Access online. Completing and editing the volume was a lengthy process, but now the book concludes our ‘Persuasive Gaming in Context’ project. Earlier, in 2017, Ruud Jacobs defended his PhD at Erasmus University. Now, the volume shows the results of our research and that of many others who wrote their chapters as a sequel to our PGIC closing conference in 2017: Ian Bogost, Miguel Sicart, Geoff Kaufman, Mary Flanagan, Lindsay Grace, Menno Deen, Sun Joo Ahn, Mette Wichmand, Cahd Wertley and Yu-Hao Lee.