ArmInfo.The CB of Armenia jointly with Visa launches "Financial Football" interactive, online game in Armenian edition, aiming at increasing financial competence among the youth.
The game has three levels of difficulty for different age groups: 11-14, 15-18 and 18+, the CB press-service informed ArmInfo. It is necessary to answer to a number of questions related to personal finances to proceed in the game.
According to the source, there is a guide included in the disk. Each module of the game includes tests and exercises, checking the gamers' knowledge.
"CB attaches importance to financial education. It is also important for us to find innovative, creative, attractive tools helping to improve the financial confidence among the youth" the official CB statement reads.
"The national strategy for financial awareness established by the CBA and Armenian government in this context is the main direction. We are happy to be Visa partners in the implementation of this program", said the Head of Consumer Protection and Financial Education Center Armenuhi Mkrtchyan.
"We are happy to support the CBA program implementation, aimed at enhancing the financial confidence and hope that "Financial Football" will be a useful tool in the sector of financial confidence for cooperation with youth in public and private schools and organizations", the Visa representative in Armenia, Ukraine and Georgia Dmytro Krepak noted.
The Armenian edition of the "Financial Football" game may be found by the following link www.abcfinance.am or http://www.financialfootball.am
To note, "Financial Football", is an interactive online game, promoting the development of the financial knowledge and gaining new skills, allowing enjoy the game while answering to entertaining questions. FIFA World Cup T is a brand game. "Financial Football" is a part of the global initiative of international Visa Company. The game was translated and adapted with the purpose of enhancing financial skills and confidence in 41 states (including Ukraine, Belarus, CIS and South-East European states).