GamesFest to draw top crowds
Dubai, December 10, 2012
IGN Middle East, the largest gaming website in the Middle East, has announced that GamesFest 2012, will be held on December 15 at ClubWest, located at the Grand MidWest Tower at Dubai Media City.
Presented by ClubWest, the event aims to bring together the region’s gaming community to participate in tournaments, win prizes and discover the latest releases from the video games industry.
“We are excited to announce GamesFest 2012, the most popular gaming series in the UAE, which brings together serious gamers from the UAE, Saudi Arabia and other regional countries. GamesFest is a platform for gamers to showcase their skills and learn about the latest games, gadgets and techniques. Gamers can come dressed as their favorite character and compete in the Cosplay competition. We have had excellent response at the previous editions of the event and are confident GamesFest 2012 will also be a tremendous success,” said Abbas Jaffar Ali, director, IGN Middle East.
Organised by IGN Middle East, GamesFest will give gamers the opportunity to play the latest games, participate in tournaments both on consoles and PC, as well as try out the latest gaming gear.
“Club West is proud to host GamesFest, with 3D cinema style screens HD TVs, an arsenal of the latest gaming titles as well as a stylish state of the art club and venue gamers and clubbers alike are about to experience a GamesFest to remember,” said Dave O’Keeffe, entertainment manager ClubWest, Grand MidWest Tower.
GamesFest is sponsored by ClubWest, Zotac, Nvidia, PlayStation, Microsoft, CashU, CoolerMaster and Game Power 7. – TradeArabia News Service
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