3rd Dubai Esports and Games Festival in April

3rd Dubai Esports and Games Festival in April

The Dubai Esports and Games Festival (DEF 2024) will come back for its third edition between the 19 of April and the 5th of May. Presented by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, the DEF 2024 edition aims to offer an extraordinary lineup of events and activities across the city.

The Dubai Esports & Games Festival aims to surpass the 48,2000 attendees who came to last year’s event. It will feature over 50 games played on 200 machines, including 11 unreleased titles and four world-first showings. Last year’s event drew people from 91 nations.  

DEF 2024 delivers on the goals set forth in the Dubai Economic Agenda, D33, by supporting SME growth, driving technological advancements, and fostering Dubai’s economic development through digital innovation. By showcasing the world’s most groundbreaking games and bringing together top industry leaders at one innovative festival, DEF 2024 strengthens Dubai’s standing as a leading gaming hub on the international stage.

At the heart of the festival lies the GameExpo, running at the Dubai World Trade Centre, in Zabeel Halls 5 and 6, between the 3rd and the 5th of May, marking a new venue for this year’s celebration of gaming culture. Open to the public, the ticketed event welcomes gamers of all ages, genres and formats. Ticket holders can explore cutting-edge gaming products, and newly released titles, meet regional and global gaming stars, in addition to taking part in esports competitions.

DEF 2024 is gearing up for some serious gaming action during Ramadan, with a line-up of thrilling tournaments both online and in gaming cafes across Dubai. These tournaments will spark excitement among the gaming community, with live finals set to take place during the festival period.

For more information, visit Dubai Esports And Games Festival’s website.

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