ADVA stands for Asociación de Desarrolladores de Videojuegos Argentinos [Association of Video Game Developers of Argentina]. ADVA is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2004.

No. ADVA is an association of businesses and professionals. We do not develop, sponsor, or finance games.

We work to promote and foster the professional development of video games in Argentina. We currently have 130+ members.

Many! But the most important one is undoubtedly the fact that you will be able to contact and network with the leading video game studios and developers in our country. For all the benefits our members enjoy, click HERE.

To find all the information regarding the steps you need to take to join, click HERE.

We post all our events on social media. Some are open to the community, while others are reserved for members only.

Yes! In 2016, we created MI PRIMER VIDEOJUEGO PROFESIONAL (MPVP) – our mentorship and coaching program. MPVP’s mission is to make sure that more and better Argentinian games exist and are available in various platforms. This is how it works: a mentor guides a group of entrepreneurs via periodic check-ins, which can be either in person or online (remote).

If you are an individual, you can join as an Individual Member or Student, if applicable. If you are a firm (legal entity), we have four types of memberships depending on the size of the business: Micro (up to three employees), Small (between four and 10 employees), Middle (between 10 and 20 employees), and Big (20+ employees). Click HERE for all the information regarding fees for every level and the benefits for pre-paid yearly membership.

Our website has a list of ADVA members. We recommend that you contact them directly to showcase your portfolio/CV and inquire about any openings.

Click HERE to access the latest sector reports, as a result of the work of the Observatorio de la Industria Nacional de Desarrollo de Videojuegos [National Video Game Development Industry Observatory] in partnership with Universidad Nacional de Rafaela (UNRaf).

If you would like grow academically and pursue a technical/university degree, we encourage you to look at our Evaluation of Courses, Track Records and Degrees of Argentinian Academic Institutions

ADVA has various exclusive dissemination channels for our members, including newsletter content, social media, in addition to exposure at our own events.

Contact Info:

Contact our work committees:

Executive Board: [email protected]

Memberships: [email protected]

Education: [email protected]

Press: [email protected]

Social Media: [email protected]

Diversity Committee: [email protected]

Benefits: [email protected]

Webinars: [email protected]