WOTI World of Tomorrow Institute GmbH

Hohe Warte 28/3, 1190 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 (0) 664 412 4477
Mail: woti[at]
Founded: 2016
WOTI division: production and distribution of digital games for the education sector
Company register number: FN 446619v
UST./UID: ATU 70201729
Member of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber
Place of jurisdiction: Commercial Court Vienna


WOTI World of Tomorrow Institute GmbH


Dr. Elke Zuckermann


This website provides information about the digital game Mayority from WOTI World of Tomorrow Institute. WOTI World of Tomorrow Institute was founded to promote democracy and democracy education and is based in Vienna.


Responsibility for the content

The contents of our pages were created with the greatest care. However, we cannot accept any liability for the accuracy, completeness and up-to-dateness of the content. In accordance with the statutory provisions (§ 3 ECG), we are also responsible for our own content on these pages.

In this context, we would like to point out that we are therefore not obliged to monitor only the transmitted or stored information of third parties or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information in accordance with general legislation remain unaffected by this.

Responsibility for links

The content of external links (to third-party websites) is the sole responsibility of their operators. At the time of linking, no legal violations were apparent to us. If we become aware of any legal violations, we will remove the corresponding link immediately.


Our websites and their contents are subject to Austrian copyright law. Any form of utilization, reproduction or processing of copyrighted works on our websites requires the prior written consent of the respective copyright holder. Individual reproductions of a work are only permitted for private use, i.e. they may not serve either directly or indirectly to generate profit. The unauthorized use of copyrighted works is illegal and punishable by law.

Community rules and guidelines to be used for our channels

On our social media channels, we would like to give you an insight into our work, the projects and programs we develop and our commitment to better politics, strengthening democracy and promoting social cohesion in Europe and beyond.

We would like to hear from you and welcome your comments, questions and suggestions. We believe that a healthy democracy thrives on lively and respectful discourse. We therefore ask you to read the following basic rules for the moderation of content and comments that appear on our channels:

  • Keep your comments respectful and appropriate to the discussion.
  • Off-topic posts or posts containing false information, unauthorized and/or unwanted advertising, spam, hyperlinks or content protected by copyright, trademark law or otherwise will be removed.
  • Do not post any content or comments that may be inappropriate, misleading, disruptive, harassing or defamatory.


We reserve the right to remove any comments or posts that violate our policies and that we deem, in our sole discretion, to be

  • are offensive, defamatory or inappropriate
  • are fraudulent, offensive or misleading
  • are disruptive or off-topic
  • infringe intellectual property or the rights of others
  • otherwise offensive

We also reserve the right to block repeat offenders from our communities.