Tickets to Games Middle East, the region’s premier gaming festival, are now on sale at tickets.virginmegastore.me.
The event is set to take place from September 22 to 24 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) and will
At least 500,000 foreign visitors arrived in Brazil to attend the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the government said on Friday, citing recent immigration figures that met a forecast made well before the games.
According to data compi
The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has warned the public that some criminal groups propagating radical ideologies may exploit the chat features across some of today’s electronic games.
They could spread vi
The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has issued a warning to all smart mobile and device users about playing online electronic games that request for their geographical locations, which could be used against them for criminal ac
Electronics giant Panasonic recently launched its #YallaRio campaign which is giving its Middle East consumers the chance to win a trip to the Rio Olympics in Brazil, happening between August 5 and 21.
Between May 15 and June 31, custom
Dubai-based World Federation of Future Sports has unveiled a new innovation driven economic sector event, which will feature innovation and futuristic technology based sports competitions.
The World Future Spor
Two exciting Hunger Games-themed rides will feature in motiongate Dubai when it opens in 2016, Dubai Parks and Resorts said in a statement.
The two rides will include an immersive adventure which will take guests through the Capit
The Coca-Cola Company, a founding partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, has assembled a star-student team to record a unified song for the games titled ‘Reach Up.’
More than 7,000 inspirational athle
National Geographic Abu Dhabi is set to premiere 10 new episodes of Brain Games season three, with more challenges and experiments from October 20.
Host Jason Silva will take audiences on an entertaining and revealing journe
The Olympic ideals of diversity and inclusiveness were cast aside at the Asian Games on Thursday when the Qatari women's basketball team took a stand against rules regarding headgear and quit the competition.