Looking to 2020, another year packed full of gaming conventions, you can be sure that the major players will be ready to introduce the latest titles to the world of gaming.
Everyone knows E3, but there are plenty of events throughout the year where developers have the opportunity to discuss their latest games; revealing new trailers and need-to-know information.
We don’t know yet what 2020 will bring to the Gaming Industry, but rest assured a substantial portion of the gaming information you crave will be delivered at these eleven upcoming events.
E3 is the world’s premier event for computer and video games and related products. At E3, the video game industry’s top talent pack the Los Angeles Convention Center, connecting tens of thousands of the best, brightest, and most innovative in the interactive entertainment industry. E3 connects you with both new and existing partners, industry executives, gamers, and social influencers providing unprecedented exposure to the entire video game industry, all under one roof. @E3Expo
PAX has pioneered a kind of event that honors the players, developers, and publishers of games. Founded by gamers who wanted to see a different kind of show, we’ve started looking around the world for events that believe what we do: that the community comes first, and if you start that way, good things follow.
See also Pax North, Pax East, Pax West @officialpax
TGS brings the best of video games to Tokyo each fall. In 2019, the show began to see significant representation from more countries in Asia, as Korean and Chinese games companies have more of a presence. @tokyogameshow
The UK’s Biggest Gaming Event Everything you love about gaming all under one roof, EGX returns to London for 2020! Play major unreleased blockbuster games, hundreds of incredible indie games and much more. @EGX
Players, families, cosplayers and the curious meet to share a moment of total immersion in the world of video games. From the great retrogaming classics to the technological innovations that will make the games of tomorrow, Paris Games Week is the federative event for passionate about video-game culture. @ParisGamesWeek
BlizzCon is an annual gaming convention held by Blizzard Entertainment to promote its major franchises including Warcraft, StarCraft, Diablo, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch. The convention features game-related announcements, previews of upcoming Blizzard Entertainment games and content, Q&A sessions and panels, costume contests and playable versions of various Blizzard games. @Blizzard
EGLX is a celebration of all things gaming. What started out as a small get-together has grown into Canada’s largest video game event. Look forward to exciting displays from your favourite AAA and indie developers, an expanded kids zone with plenty of games for the younger set, 4 massive stages covering all the esports action in Canada Cup, the WESG Canadian national qualifiers and more. @EGLXofficial
DreamHack is a Swedish production company specializing in esports tournaments and other gaming conventions. It is recognized by the Guinness Book of Records and Twin Galaxies as being the world’s largest LAN party and computer festival with the world’s fastest Internet connection, and the most generated traffic. There are multiple locations in different cities globally. @DreamHack.GER
Love video games? Insomnia Gaming Festival is a great weekend, enabling you to catch up with friends or meet new people in the BYOC (LAN area) and compete in their esports tournaments. Throughout the event you will see some characters dressed in some stunning cosplay outfits themed from gaming character. Insomnia is a celebration of gaming culture perfect for fans of any age. @IGFestUK
The London Games Festival is an annual video gaming festival for both consumers and trade specialists held annually in April. The Festival is part of Games London an initiative to boost investment and skills in the capital. @LondonGamesFestival