The Embajada de Argentina in Estados Unidos (Argentine Embassy in the U.S.) held a promotional event in Washington, DC to promote its role in fostering the E-Sports industry. It also announced a website that will be used to highlight Argentina’s debt case.
The Argentine Embassy in the United States announced that it has launched a new website dedicated to the Argentine debt case. It contains a virtual library of 200 documents. Among its highlights is a link to a “Ese dia” exhibit, which features photographs of survivors of the 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack.
The exhibit, which was a joint effort of the Argentine Embassy in the U.S. and the Young Professionals of the Americas, is not only a good idea, but a well thought out one.
The embassy also organized a seminar entitled the “E-Sports Insider International Educational Conference” which was attended by experts from Argentina, the U.S., and other countries in the region. During the conference, participants will learn about the current status of the E-Sports industry in Argentina, the impact of E-Sports on economic growth, and the opportunities available for local businesses.
The embajada also released a press release announcing its participation in the upcoming World Learning Organization, which will bring high school students and adult companions to the U.S. to meet leaders in education, science, arts, and culture. Argentine President Mauricio Macri has a stated interest in promoting knowledge-based economies in the country.