Virtual worlds: How video games are helping shape Europe’s digital future
Don’t miss the exhibition on video games supported by Members of the European Parliament Laurence Farreng (Renew Europe), Tomasz Frankowski (EPP), Ibán García del Blanco (S&D) and Niklas Nienass (The Greens/EFA), showcasing how video games contribute to the transformation of Europe’s digital economy and green transition through creativity and technology.
Organised with the involvement of the European Schoolnet and the UN-facilitated Playing for the Planet Alliance, attendees will have the opportunity to play and test out video games, and attend roundtables on the topics of innovation, education and sustainability.
The opening event will take place on the 7th of March at 18:30, on the third floor of the European Parliament followed by a reception in the Mickey Mouse Bar.
Each day will cover how video games:
- Contribute to the future of technological developments – 7th of March
- Prepare for the jobs of the future in education – 8th of March
- Can be used to deliver on the objectives of the Green Deal – 9th of March