14.08.2018 – 14:12
"Games made in Berlin-Brandenburg": Capital region with the largest regional booth at gamescom
Under the organiser games:net, Berlin Brandenburg provides this year's largest regional booth with 320 square meters at gamescom - Europe's leading fair for digital gaming culture. Thirteen exhibitors will be presenting themselves in hall .3.2 of Messe Köln, August 21-23. With its own networking area, meeting rooms and extended exhibition space, the developers, publishers and service providers of the capital's games industry as well as neighbouring country Brandenburg are well represented.
Participants are: localization app specialist Altagram, data app provider App Annie, Blockchain Social Gaming Network Ares Tech, the developer studio Fluffy Fairy Games, outdoor game developer Fünster, storytelling specialist Gamebook.io, the platform for video game coaching GamerLegion, the mobile game publisher Gamevil Com2us, pay-what-you-want-store Humble Bundle, the marketleading software provider Magix, the marketing platform for influencer Matchmade, the full-service agency Mothership and the gamification provider Serious Games Solutions.
As every year, a highlight will be the traditional Currywurs Reception at the beginning of the fair on 21 August, invited by games:net together with BerlinBalicNordic.net, Games Academy as well as the partners Brandenburg Invest, Berlin Partner, Medienboard, Projekt Zukunft and the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE).
Hall 3.2 // Booth C-030 - D-039
In ist tenth year, gamescom itself hosts exhibitors fro around 50 countries and expects again a new record of visitors. This year's theme "Diversity wins" tants to draw the attention on the entire spectrum oft he medium game and ist users. The fair is open to private visitors and game enthusiasts until 25 August.
The joint booth is financed by the state of Berlin and the European Regional Development Fund. It is also supported by Berlin Partner, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Projekt Zukunft and Wirtschaftsförderung Brandenburg.