The first Esports City Talks Andorra closes with all available tickets sold out

Andorra was the venue for the first Esports City Talksan event focused on innovation within the community of electronic esports and video games, organized by Andorra Business and Encomand which has ended with all the tickets sold out. The event on the 22nd was structured in three main areas of content: the integration of esports in urban development and as an economic driverthe innovative role of the blockchain technologyand the exploration of synergies between gaming and education.

For the Government of Andorra, this is a priority sector. In fact, we have been working for almost 4 years to position the country as a benchmark in this sector. The objective is to position Andorra as a technological hub and a recognized destination for the development of this type of business, facilitate the landing of companies in the sector and encourage the attraction of this type of tourism to the country with the organization and promotion of various events.

The Minister of Presidency, Economy, Labor and Housing, and president of Andorra Business, Conxita Marsol

The conference has allowed to know first hand the latest trends in the sector thanks to some of the most important international references of the moment who have traveled to Andorra to share their knowledge. In addition, it has been a good opportunity for video game professionals from different countries to maintain professional contacts and exchange ideas of an industry in constant evolution.

Andorra Business Director, Judit Hidalgo

We are very happy for the success of Esports City Talks and the positioning of Andorra within the eSports sector. We extend our special thanks to Andorra Business for their indispensable collaboration and to our distinguished speakers for enriching the event with their valuable contributions.

The director of Encom, Arturo Castelló

This first edition featured American, French and Spanish speakers such as: Loren Gold, Executive Vice President of Greater Raleigh; Edward Tomasi, co-founder of Subnation; Michael Haenisch, Managing Director of Freaks 4U; Christina Macedo, COO of Ready Games; Christoffer Melin, CEO of CTRL Events, among other speakers. The event had the collaboration of the Comú de Andorra la Vella, Andorra Turisme, Assegur, Esports City League and Creand.

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The speakers analyzed from different perspectives the situation of the world of video games, and its involvement in education, the economy of the cities and the innovations that are being worked in a sector that, according to data from Newzoo, moved more than 1,300 million euros last year.

Andorra has become in recent years a bastion of video games. It has recently hosted events such as Esports City Fest Andorra; an international event held in the country that is the most important circuit of amateur electronic esports competitions linked to DreamHack Spain. In addition, the Andorran government, together with Andorra Business, has recently developed a strategic plan to position the Pyrenean country as a player in the value chain of the electronic esports industry and sector. In fact, Andorra is the second country in Europe and the fifth in the world to pass a law regulating this sector and the first to approve the development of a strategic plan.

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