In Indonesia, there is no standardization in plastic waste management system regulation in each region, and weak law enforcement in managing plastic waste has caused the implementation of plastic waste management systems in Indonesia is less effective. Based on research, recycle is most feasible expected to help to reduce the amount of plastic waste effectively in Indonesia. The plastic waste recycling management is a complicated matter, where the involvement of all relevant stakeholders can play a crucial role in supporting policymakers in defining an effective and long-running plastic waste management plan at the local level. On the other side, Serious Simulation Game found to be useful for educating users through its engaging environment and experiencing the decision. However, there is still very little Serious Simulation Games research with the theme of waste, and no one has focused on plastic waste recycling management learning for stakeholders. The purpose of this study is to develop a Serious Simulation Game design that can be improved understanding of the sustainability system in managing plastic waste recycling for stakeholders. This game provides the player in finding the best scenario that results in the most volume of Plastic waste collected and encourage increased net profit. Multiplayer game infrastructure implemented to allow interaction between players. It enables the player to understand the different results for different decisions taken both in collaborative and competitive mode. The preliminary model developed in this research will include the conceptual model of the plastic waste recycling management system under study; the variable and parameter accounted for the model.