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|Can Tech+ Turn Into E3/Gamescom Of Nigeria And Africa ? by justinlmj(m): 10:16pm On Jul 24, 2015|
MTN Nigeria, Nigeria’s telecommunications giant in
conjunction with a host of other tech bodies and companies
including UBER, Samsung, Jumia, Huawei would be hosting
a 2-day technology packed conference and exhibition
organised by connect marketing, dubbed Tech Plus Event
and Expo at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos Island. where as...
...(Electronic Entertainment Expo), commonly known as E3 ,
an annual trade fair for the video game industry ,
presented by the Entertainment Software Association
(ESA). It is used by many video game publishers and
accessory manufacturers to reveal and advertise their
upcoming games and merchandise and lets not forget...
...Gamescom... a trade fair for video games held annually in Germany . It is organised by the
BIU. It is used by many video game developers
to show off their upcoming games and game-related
Gamescom is the world's largest gaming event,
(measured by exhibition space and number of visitors)
with 335,000 visitors, more than 6,000 journalists and
700 exhibitors from 88 countries attending the show in its
...But the main question is that will tech+ live up to compete with this giants ...
since Nigeria is the giant of africa...
it all comes down to...........
pls share ur comments...
sources:Wikipedia,lords of gaming, Gamers Gang
|Re: Can Tech+ Turn Into E3/Gamescom Of Nigeria And Africa ? by encryptjay(m): 9:37am On Jul 25, 2015|
I don't game again.
|Re: Can Tech+ Turn Into E3/Gamescom Of Nigeria And Africa ? by justinlmj(m): 2:55pm On Jul 26, 2015|
but the gaming industry in Nigeria is a gold mine...just waiting
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