SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--‘Game Is Not Over’. The 10th anniversary international game trade show G-Star 2014 (Game Show and Trade All Round) that leads the game industry to new heights kicked off in a grand style on Thursday, November 20th at BEXCO in Busan with 617 domestic and foreign game companies from 35 countries participating, making it the largest show ever.
The BTB room for G-Star 2014 will also be the largest scale ever with 1,170 booths, an increase of 144 booths from 2013’s 1,026, and it will utilize the entire hall on the first and third floors of the Exhibition Center II of BEXCO.
“A variety of 10th anniversary events for the attendees and participating companies”
G-Star 2014 has prepared a variety of events for the attendees and participating companies. There is a G-Star 10th anniversary history booth in the lobby in front of Hall 3, Exhibition Center I of BEXCO. At the BTC booth in Exhibition Center I, there are booths shared by startups & indie games as well as family games, where attendees can experience the startup companies’ indie games and some excellent European family games.
“From Just Asia, Now to the Whole World, an MOU between G-Star Games Cup Signed”
This year, G-Star will sign an MOU on 21st with Gamescom, one of the world’s top three game shows, which represents the directions and goals that G-Star aims to achieve as a global exhibition show not just in Asia but globally. The signing of the MOU with the Gamescom does not just represent simply entering into a partnership, but also a new horizon that forecasts a grander future in which they will share in the development and concerns of the global gaming industry.