The gaming scene in India goes international with delegates from all over the world attending the India Gaming Show 2017.
The India Gaming Show has been announced by CII or the Confederation of Indian Industry and is set to place from February 2 to 5 in New Delhi at Pragati Maidan. The main goal of this expo is to provide a platform for gamers around the country to explore the various emerging trends like eSports, Cosplay and VR. There will be a host of delegates from several countries as well.
Japan will not only be present but is also the lead partner for the event. So expect to see many of the leading Japanese developers such SEGA, Konami, Square Enix and Namco at the expo, who will be providing some unique insight into the latest of what they have to offer. This will definitely prove to be an indispensable resource for Indian game developers.
Other than Japan, the Republic of Korea will be an honoured guest, and there will also be delegates arriving from USA, UK, Poland, and Germany among others.
The India Gaming Show 2017 will contain a host of exciting activities like exhibitions, merchandise, video game showcases and conferences. This convention also serves as a perfect avenue for both the exchanging of ideas as well as B2B meetings. The Indian gaming community also gets an excellent opportunity to experience the gaming cultures of the different attending countries.
But that’s not all, new and innovative tech in fields such as VR and Artificial Intelligence will also be on display at the event. There will be many performances sourced from Japanese pop culture as well, such anime and music.
There’s something for eSports fans as well – exhibition tournaments which will be held over the 4 days in DotA 2, CS:GO, Clash Royale and more. Teams such as Entity eSports and Brutality will of course be participating. This is also a great opportunity to meet professional gamers from the international circuit, who will be descending to India as ambassadors for competitive gaming. The India Gaming Show 2017 is definitely something you shouldn’t miss.
Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh
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