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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Argentina seeks to join the rise of eSports

The Argentine Association of Electronic Sports seeks to regulate the activity and generate a framework of professionalism. Although it could be thought that most of the players are in Capital Federal or Greater Buenos Aires, the segment is moving strong in the interior: one of the emblematic cases is the Ice of Santa Cruz League.

The LVP (League of Professional Video Games), which arrived in the country less than a year ago, foresees a hopeful future in the field of competitive video games in 2019. Juan Diego García Squetino, Country Manager of the LVP for Argentina, Chile and Peru; assured that "the objective is to develop electronic sports in the same way as traditional sports." Thus, the regional Super League will be similar to the one in Spain.

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