The Gamefest Berlin turned out to be a crowdpuller.
On two days gamers, families and enthusiastic cosplayers came to the exhibition in Säälchen and played entertaining local multiplayer games, creative indie titles, virtual reality, augmented reality and tabletop games, as well as retro games from the Computer Games Museum and René Meyer’s private collection.
The stage show provided a diverse programme of entertainment, including tournaments, couch gaming, discussions and interviews.
The fans stood patiently in line to meet and take photos of the two cosplay stars Zayuri (as Star Guardian Lux) and Maul Cosplay (as Geralt von Riva).
Did you know there are several options to showcase your game in the different events of #gamesweekberlin? Each event has a specific profile and target group, fostering optimized outreach.
The Quo Vadis conference established itself as one of the leading European game development conferences (B2B). It offers a unique indie area allowing for first hand contacts to video game professionals. As of Europes most prominent business hot spots for gaming professionals, you’re able to meet with game scouters, creative minds and leaders of the gaming industry and lay the foundation for your success.
For more artistic and cultural environments, the A MAZE. / Berlin festival is the place for you: A MAZE. is an unique and cultural international platform for games and playful media that invites professionals and creatives from various fields (B2B) to exchange their knowledge and visions, presenting their projects to a large B2C audience, playing, making contacts to collaborate on future projects.
You want to get in touch with gamers and families? Opt for the Gamefest! The two-day-event has become an instance in Berlin’s gaming culture and offers a versatile lineup, special guests and unique gaming opportunities. Showcase your game at Gamefest, become part of our colorful setup and promote your game efficiently to your B2C audience by connecting with your target audience directly on site!