The University of Malta (UoM) is the highest University in Malta. There are some 10,000 students including over 750 foreign/exchange students from nearly 80 different countries. The University is geared towards the infrastructural and industrial needs of the country so as to provide expertise in crucial fields. The University of Malta participates in C2Learn with its Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences (MaKS). The Faculty houses a multi-disciplinary digital games research group with backgrounds from Computer Science (specifically AI and HCI), the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The group performs basic and applied research, approaching games from a variety of perspectives, many of which focus on AI, user (cognitive and affective) modelling, procedural content generation and player experience. The group has participated in several national and international research projects, and is currently involved in the FP7 SSH CONSENT framework project, in the FP7 ICT SIREN (Serious Games for Conflict Resolution based on Natural Interaction) project (2010-2013), and the Games for Health (2011-2013) research project. Members of the group are involved in the IEEE Task forces on Player Satisfaction Modelling and Procedural Content Generation. UoM is responsible for the C2Learn game design and the computational tools of the project that relate to user profiling, personalisation and procedural content generation.