Do you want to experience Dubai Esports Festival Game Expo?  It is the biggest Esports and Games event of the year and welcomes gamers of all ages, genres and formats. Enter into the competition below and you could win a 3-day family pass for 2 adults and 2 students (aged 5-17) worth 299AED plus children under 5 go free!

GAME EXPO is on 3-5th May at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

GameExpo, a highlight of the festival Dubai Esports Festival, immerse yourselves in non-stop gaming action and play the latest games with friends, watch awe-inspiring tournaments live, win cool new gaming gear, and even come away with some stardust as they get up close with regional and global gaming giants.

Fans can also look forward to a showcase of gaming pop culture at The Narrows, where a selection of up-and-coming and experienced Middle East artists will present their most recent works across a range of media, take guest commissions, and connect with other artists and fans.

In what promises to be a truly unforgettable experience for all, families can bond over gaming match-ups at the all-new Family Zone, while the Electric Avenue features specialised electronics retailers showcasing the latest gaming gear, and the Gaming District unveils the latest cutting-edge game releases and previews.

Adding to the excitement, a diverse schedule of activations including cosplay, esports tournaments, coding workshops, and Minecraft family challenges will keep fans buzzing throughout the three-day extravaganza.


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