GAMERGY 2023the most important esports, gaming and entertainment event of the year, will become a giant classroom. During the days December 15, 16 and 17, attendees at the event will discover the virtues of video games in education through JUNIOR Esportsan educational and technological project developed by GGTech Entertainment and aimed at young people between the ages of 14 and 18.
Students participating in the seventh season of JUNIOR Esports will visit GAMERGY together with their teachers to learn and enjoy through esports and gaming. The project will have a space with a wide variety of content and activities, with the aim of continuing to encourage the participation of young people in the field of video games, focusing on the creation of a safe and inclusive environment.
Video games have a lot to teach
From the hand of JUNIOR Esports, more than 1,000 students from the educational centers that are part of the project will be able to attend GAMERGY to participate in talks on various topics and share a fun time in which gaming, technology and education go hand in hand.
Yuste, one of the most important content creators in esports and gaming, will give a live workshop on roles and professions within the esports sector, where students will also be able to interact with him live.
Representatives of the project Ga11y from ONCE Foundation will expose young people to the search for a situation of inclusion and joint fun, where people without disabilities discover the needs that people with disabilities may have and people with disabilities discover that they can play with others on equal opportunities and that the video game is an option for them, through various educational talks, consoles and adapted games booths that will be available throughout the event.
VARTA AG Consumer Batteries will have a space within the educational booth of the JUNIOR Esports where visitors will be able to interact with the brand through its activities. It should be noted that JUNIOR Esports together with Varta are carrying out for the second consecutive year the “Wild Recycling“The aim of this initiative is to raise awareness among students about battery recycling by awarding prizes to the schools that collect the most batteries for recycling.
Mental Gaming y Train to Play will also offer educational sessions on the importance of mental and physical health in esports and gaming. Thanks to these talks students will be able to learn many factors that will allow them to make a healthy and responsible use of them, building a routine with good habits and healthy workouts.
The Directorate General of the Community of Madrid will take 50 young people who have obtained their tickets to the fair PREMIUM through a sweepstakes held on their social networks, in which more than 1,700 young people participated. In addition, another 500 Madrid residents will still have the chance to get a 25% discount on their tickets. GENERAL. During the event, attendees between 14 and 30 years of age may apply for the Youth Card free of charge and benefit from the many discounts it offers.
For its part, the Spanish Association of Videogames (AEVI)through its project The Good Gamerwhich offers tools and guidelines for users, parents, educators and institutions, will carry out activities to promote the responsible use of video games during the three days of the event.
Since its inception 6 years ago, JUNIOR Esports has counted with the participation of more than 1,700 educational centersabout 2,000 teachers and about 6,000 students from all over Spain. The educational and technological project is currently celebrating its 7th season, in which it has the support of brands such as Intel o VARTA and publishers such as Riot Games.
Fans interested in enjoying the experience of GAMERGY 2023 at IFEMA MADRID you can already buy your tickets through the following link.