Interactive Entertainment Law Group and Bedoya & Visbal Abogados in association with Argentine Videogames Developers Association (, are proud to announce the First Annual “Games Business Summit Argentina” a video game industry conference that will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina on April 20th and 21st at the Metropolitan Design Center (CMD).

Senior industry executives from all over the world will meet in Buenos Aires to participate in a series of panels, round table discussions, work shops and networking opportunities, focused on the growing games industry in Latin America.

The conference will feature senior executives in the video game industry, each providing a unique perspective relative to their role within the video game ecosystem.  Speakers will represent various publishers, studio managers and developers, tech/middleware executives, hardware representatives, agents, business development executives and attorneys.

Speakers scheduled to attend include executives from:

  • EPIC Games
  • Wargaming
  • NGD Studios
  • International Digital Entertainment Agency
  • Hibernum Studios
  • Bedoya & Visbal Abogados
  • Interactive Entertainment Law Group
  • Google

The event is FREE. You ONLY need to REGISTER in this link.

Patrick Sweeney, Founding Partner of IE Law Group, explains that this conference is the first of its kind in the region. “I’m very excited about our collaboration with the ADVA.  It will be a unique opportunity for our speakers and attendees to share their perspectives, and best practices.  It will be a truly unique event and I am thrilled to work with the ADVA.”

Martina Santoro, ADVA President, affirmed that “we are very enthusiastic to receive so much investors and publishers in Argentina. ADVA represents more than 50 companies, with diverse backgrounds and trade profiles, that have shared goals; mainly to encourage and promote the national industry. These companies, including Globant, Etermax, NGD Studios, Senscape, The Other Guys, OKAM Studio, 3OGS, QB9 Entertainment, Dedalord, Willdom, Sismo Games and Ravegan, among others, represent 95% of the total sales of the field in Argentina. All of them are established companies devoting their efforts to export high added-value products and services.”


This event is funded by the European Union through the program AL-Invest 5.0 and is supported by the Agency for Promotion of Investment and Foreign Trade of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.

To learn more about speaking and sponsorship opportunities at the Videogames Business Summit Argentina, please contact Mary Oldendorph at
For information regarding attendance at the event, please contact Miguel Martín at