DC Douglas, Albert Wesker’s voice, from Resident Evil, will be at the 12th edition of Brasil Game Show

DC Douglas, Albert Wesker's voice, from Resident Evil, will be at the 12th edition of Brasil Game Show

Meeting point for game lovers in Latin America, the Brasil Game Show brings together classic games, the main releases of the year, national productions, championships, and also the personalities behind the overproductions: directors, producers, actors and voice actors who contribute to the success of the industry. It is the case of DC Douglas, actor who lends his voice to Albert Wesker, the feared villain of resident Evil. He has just confirmed that he will be on BGS in the days October 10, 11 and 12, where he will participate in free meet & greet sessions, panels on the stage of BGS Talks and also as a judge, in cosplay contests. The 12th edition of Brasil Game Show takes place between October 9 and 13, at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo.

Douglas is known to gamers around the world for his work on resident Evil. In all, he participated in nine titles in the series. But, his career as an actor and voice actor goes far beyond games. In 25 years, he has participated in more than 200 films and TV shows, such as Star Trek: Enterprise, Isle of the Dead. He was also in anime and drawings, as Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Persona 5: the Animation, Tom and Jerry and Transformers: Rescue Bots.

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resident Evil is one of the most famous series of horror games, with millions of fans around the world, and for the second consecutive year visitors to Brasil Game Show will be able to come face to face with a guest from the franchise. In 2018, the event received Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, one of its producers.

DC Douglas comes to join other big names in the industry that will be in the BGS. A team of international guests that reflects the spirit of plurality of the event and has:

Steven Ogg, Shawn “Solo” Darnell Fonteno and Ned Luke, actors who play the protagonists of GTA Hidetaka Miyazaki, director of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice John Romero, creator of DOOM Charles Martinet, voice actor for Mario, iconic Nintendo character Yoshinori Ono, Street Fighter producer Al Lowe, from the Leisure Suit series Larry Howard Scott Warshaw, developer of ET Shota Nakama, creator of the Video Game Orchestra, who, for the first time, will bring his band to Brazil Gary Stern, president of Stern Pinball, famous manufacturer Pinball machines

In addition to international personalities, visitors will be able to find news at 400 stands, including: Banco do Brasil, Epic Games, Nintendo, PlayStation, YouTube Gaming, Xbox, Acer, Logitech, WB Games, Aorus, ASUS, Corsair, DXRacer, Falkol Esports , Intel, Legion by Lenovo, Marvel, Pichau Gaming, Piticas, Razer, Warrior, Dazz, Fini, Lupo Urban, Magic the Gatering, Matic Entertainment, Microcamp, OEX Game, Panini, Regragon, SAGA, Sunny Brinquedos and Veloe, AOC, Cup Noodles, HyperX, Smilegate, TNT and Vivo.

THE BGS 2019 it will also have electronic sports championships (BGS Esports), games from national studios (Avenida Indie), cosplay environments (BGS Cosplay), game development marathon (BGS Jam), panels and presentations by big names in the world industry (BGS Talks) , exhibition of old video games (BGS Retro), dozens of pinball and arcade machines released to the public (BGS Pinball & Arcade Matic), meetings with personalities from the world of games (BGS Meet & Greet), recognition to industry celebrities (Wall of Fame ), and many, many gaming stations (“Here we play!).

For more information, visit: www.brasilgameshow.com.br.