Warner Games confirms major attractions for Brasil Game Show 2019

Warner Games confirms major attractions for Brasil Game Show 2019

THE Warner Games is bringing great titles and attractions to the Brazil Game Show 2019 that happens between days October 10 and 14, at Expo Center Norte (São Paulo). In addition to WB Games, Capcom and Electronic Arts, the stand will have activations from WB Pictures Doctor Sleep and the release of the film Annabelle 3 in Home Entertainment.

The fair counts again with great participation of WB Games. The available game attractions will be Mortal Kombat 11 with the T-800 Exterminator available, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, FIFA 20, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite and the long awaited Project Resistance, which recently left Beta Closed and visitors will be able to have the full experience at the booth.

In addition to the games, this year there will be activations inspired by two cinematic works by Warner Bros. One of them is Annabelle 3: Back Home. In partnership with SKY Play, platform video on demand gives SKY, the scary doll, used in the recordings, will be at the fair for everyone to get to know her and take photos during the event. Starting today, a special list, inspired by BGS, of great Warner Bros titles will be available on SKY Play..

During the weekend, – October 12th and 13th – Ed Boon, the co-creator of the franchise Mortal Kombat will do a Meet & Greet with the fans. On Sunday, he will also participate in the opening ceremony of the fair and a session of the BGS Talks, answering questions from fans live.

And the great highlight of WB Games at the event will be the Brazilian stage of Mortal Kombat 11 – Pro Kompetition, global tournament that brings together the best players from MK11. The stage will be played on Saturday (10/12), at the WB Games stand, and the finals will take place on Sunday (10/13), on the main stage of BGS eSports. In it, players will compete for the $ 15,000 prize pool and a score that could help qualify for the Global Grand Final in Chicago, Illinois, in March 2020.

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