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2018
  • September
      20

    September 20 - Tokyo Game Show – Chiba

    Tokyo Game Show commonly known as TGS, is a video game expo / convention held annually in September in the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba, Japan. It is presented by the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) and Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. The main focus of the show is on Japanese games, but some international video game developers use it to showcase upcoming releases/related hardware. Like Germany’s gamescom, Tokyo Game Show allows the general public to attend during the final two days. Read more

  • September
      20

    September 20 - EGX Birmingham – United Kingdom

    All the great stuff from previous EGX events – hundreds of screens featuring the very best console and PC games weeks (or months) before they’re released, presentations by world famous game designers and a feast of other game related features. Read more

  • September
      21

    September 21 - The Reality – The Netherlands

    The Most Social Gaming Event Of The Benelux. September 21-23 the Expo Assen will fill up with 1300 LAN participants for a weekend of gaming, meeting other people and playing competitions in all kinds of games! Read more.

  • October
      4

    October 4 - Romics – Italy

    Every year the most important companies in the sector in Italy participate in Romics. The Festival is characterized by an international cultural program, with prestigious guests, exhibitions, previews, special events, meetings with the managers of the most important international festivals, buyers and operators in the sector. Read more

  • October
      5

    October 5 - rAge Expo – Johannesburg

    rAge is South Africa’s biggest annual video gaming, computer, technology and geek culture exhibition.

    Over the course of the weekend tens of thousands of enthusiastic fans descend on the venue for three days of gaming, technology, gadgets, and geek lifestyle entertainment.

    You can buy new games and consoles, chat with local comic book artists, or take selfies with your favourite cosplayers. The show is a glimpse into the future and it has always been about trying out new things and getting some hands-on time before you make your purchasing decisions. Many call it the event of the year, where you can escape your reality for a single day or even the whole weekend. Read more

  • October
      6

    October 6 - Firstlook – The Netherlands

    Firstlook Festival has been the biggest and most popular game event in the Benelux for more than a decade now. For two days, the Jaarbeurs is a big digital theme park, with the latest games, merchandise, cosplay, esports and more! Read more.

  • October
      12

    October 12 - PGA 2018 – Poland

    Poznań Game Arena is Poland’s biggest and most important computer games and entertainment fair, which has attracted more than 370,000 gamers and fans of virtual entertainment since 2004. Read more

  • October
      13

    October 13 - Valenciennes Game Arena – France

    Disocer the 2nd Edition of Valenciennes Game Arena.
    Games, eSports, cosplay, pop-culture, manga, board games, role playing and many more fun activities on the program!
    Valenciennes Game Arena, only for game lovers! Read more

  • October
      25

    October 25 - GTR24h EEWC – Denmark

    One of the most amazing simracing-experiences you can have. Each year the atmosphere and intense battles for positions have left their mark on the memory of every participant! Read more

  • October
      26

    October 26 - PAX AUS – Melbourne

    WESG is the international esports championship tournament organized by Alibaba Group’s AliSports. Partnering with Australian Esports League, this year marks its first foray into Australia, bringing together the best in the region to compete in Dota 2, CS:GO, Hearthstone and StarCraft 2.

    The online events will commence on Sept 1, with competitors playing Dota 2, CS:GO, StarCraft 2 and Hearthstone. Select matches will be broadcast in the lead up to PAX Aus, where the top two teams in Dota 2 and CS:GO will compete on stage at PAX Arena in a grand final match. Read more

  • October
      26

    October 26 - Paris Games Week – France

    Paris Games Week is a trade fair for video games held annually at the Paris expo Porte de Versailles in Paris, France. It is organised by SELL (Syndicat des éditeurs de logiciels de loisirs), a French organisation that promotes the interests of video game developers. Read more

  • October
      31

    October 31 - Lucca Comics & Games – Italy

    Lucca Comics & Games is the leading European festival dedicated to comics, games, movies and video games. Cross media show par excellence that since 1966 celebrates pop culture. With almost 500,000 visitors in total, over 40,000 square meters of exhibition space, 20 exhibitions, more than 500 events including meetings with authors and publishers, shows and concerts, is an unmissable event for fans of all the worlds of the possible. Lucca Comics & Games takes place in the historic center of the ancient city of Lucca, a delightful city full of art and history in the heart of Tuscany. Read more

  • November
      30

    November 30 - Dreamhack Winter – Sweden

    DreamHack is the world’s largest digital festival, with 11 events occurring in 6 countries across the globe in 2018. The events represent a convergence of all aspects of the diverse culture of gaming and form a platform for esports tournaments, bring your own computer LAN parties, cosplay competitions, music acts, technology exhibitions and panel discussions. Read more.

  • November
      30

    November 30  - GAMES.CON – Serbia

    The Serbian festival for gaming and popculture. This year it will take place on November 30th till December 2nd. Read more.

  • December
      6

    December 6 - WirForce – Taipei

    WirForce is an online e-sports party hosted by 4Gamers in Taipei. Participants are usually divided into BYOC players and general players. BYOC players can bring their own computers to the venue. Their computers are equipped with regional network links. BYOC players and average players can participate in activities outside the BYOC area, such as stand-alone game demos, gaming device experience, live physical games, social activities, e-sports competitions, concerts, and more. Read more

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