Abragames and BGS (brasil game show) sign a partnership
The largest game show in Latin America will be held at Expo Center Norte, in SP.
More than 2 millions people have attended BGS and this year's visitors will be part of the largest edition in history, which will have more than 320,000 visitors, about 400 participating brands, more than 3,000 influencers, eSports championships, themed areas, hundreds of releases, attractions and more. BGS also counts with Abragames (Brazilian Game Developers Association) as an official partner.
BGS has an essentially gamer DNA and is a fair unlike anything else in the segment. Each edition presents more attractions for the public to have fun, with thousands of stations, whether they are arcade machines, mobile platforms, PCs, virtual reality goggles, consoles, board games, card games or any other form of gaming.
Held for the first time in 2009, initially as Rio Game Show, in Rio de Janeiro, BGS now occupies all the pavilions of the Expo Center Norte in São Paulo. It brings together the main companies in the segment, is the stage for major releases, opens space for independent studios and attracts personalities from the gaming market.
BGS is also an excellent business opportunity that attracts investors, entrepreneurs and professionals from the gaming market, and has a strong social concern, having collected and donated more than 400 tons of food throughout its 12 editions.
Companies wishing to meet with Brasil Game Show to participate in the 2023 edition can schedule a meeting in this link: https://www.brasilgameshow.com.br/seja-um-expositor/
Brazil Games Association, the Brazilian Game Companies Association, was founded in 2004 and represents Brazilian studios developing games on various platforms. Besides catalyzing the game production in the country by training and promoting expertise, Brazil Games Association aims at making Brazilian creativity and technology available to the main players of the international game industry.
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