G-Star 2019 Begins Early Bird Registration for November Game Exhibition Event
G-STAR aims to be Asia’s largest game exhibition, and it takes place this November 14-17th in Busan Korea. One of the goals is to make it the bridge between Asia and the rest of the world. G-STAR is an essential choice for business visitors, as the business-to-business portion of G-STAR is second to none. Sign-ups are taking place earlier than last year, and have already begun in the link below. The initial allocation for booths has already sold out, but G-STAR is looking to make more space available, so they recommend interested parties use the standby b2b application form, which we linked below.
This year the show is expecting over 700 exhibiting companies and a total of over 2,000 trade visitors from 36 countries in the b2b areas as well as massive 200,000 gamers in the consumer halls. G-STAR has long been an essential part of the Asian gaming calendar, bringing together all the top names from Korea, Japan and China plus strong presences from South East Asia, India and around. In recent years however it has become THE most accessible entry point for global game companies too with visitors from around the world descending on Busan to connect with the top talent from the region.
G-STAR will be sponsoring activities around Europe in 2019 to raise awareness of this amazing opportunity. Working with Pocket Gamer publishers Steel Media, G-STAR will be running a VIP mixer at Gamescom in Cologne in August, supporting PG Connects in Helsinki in October, and acting as season sponsor of the international Big Indie Pitch competitions taking place from London to Hong Kong, via San Francisco and Helsinki.
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