There are still five months to go Brasil Game Show, which will be held between 9th and 13th of October, at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo / SP, but the largest fair of electronic games in Latin America has already announced strong names for its 12th edition, both with regard to exhibitors, international guests. The new major brand to confirm participation in BGS 2019 it’s the YouTube, which will have a 1,000 m² stand, much larger than last year, to receive the main influencers of games today and promote attractions for all visitor profiles. The full schedule will be revealed in the coming months.
“YouTube is one of the most respected video platforms by Brazilian players and, as a result, always one of the busiest stands at BGS. It has total synergy with the audience of the event, which increasingly follows streamers and broadcasts of games in order to play or just to have fun“, said Marcelo Tavares, CEO and founder of Brasil Game Show.
“Due to the importance of BGS, we will have an even bigger space this year. The gaming ecosystem is very important to YouTube and we look forward to bringing the magic of the platform to the creators and everyone during the event“, Comments Gabriela Parmegiani, game partner manager for YouTube in Latin America.
In addition to YouTube, the 12th edition of Brasil Game Show has already confirmed the presence of other major brands, such as ASUS, Epic Games, Falkol eSports and Intel. Also participating in BGS 2019, personalities from the electronic games industry, among them John Romero, in Doom and Quake; Charles Martinet, voice actor of Mario, iconic character of Nintendo, and Shota Nakama, creator of Video Game Orchestra, which this year will perform with his band on the stage of Brasil Game Cup. Many more news will be announced by October.
For more information about the Brasil Game Show, visit: www.brasilgameshow.com.br.
THE Brasil Game Show (BGS) is the largest game fair in Latin America and one of the largest in the world in terms of audience and area. Held for the first time in 2009, initially as Rio Game Show, in the capital of Rio de Janeiro, has already received more than 1.8 million visitors adding up all editions and currently occupies all pavilions at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo.