West African Gaming Expo #WAGE14

The West African Gaming Expo 2014 (#WAGE14) the first of its kind to happen in this region

The West African Gaming Expo 2014 (#WAGE14) the first of its kind to happen in this region. The event offers visitors the opportunity to play the biggest console, PC, Mobile and arcade games around. WAGE 14 aims to introduce and display African arts and culture, whilst also showing visitors and local game makers what the rest of the world are doing.

WAGE 14 will be exhibiting game makers from Thailand, Taiwan, China, France, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, United Kingdom, United states, Nigeria and many more.

WAGE 14 is set to be a fun day out for the family, exhibitors will be displaying games for all age ranges whilst creating an atmosphere where people can be inspired and persuaded to try new things. We believe this is the catalyst to kick start the African gaming revolution.

The West African Gaming Expo's developer conference and tutorials will bring attendees face-to-face with leading designers as they present their brand new games and educate up and coming developers about the new trends and how to get the best out of the software they are using.

Plus we have tournaments, indie games, a retro zone, games launching, tutorials, freebies and loads more. What's not to like? Join us this November for the first ever West African Gaming Expo!

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