TAIPEI Game Show 2021

TAIPEI Game Show 2021 is Back!

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TAIPEI Game Show 2021 is back and this time the event will host both online and offline events. This game event is organized by Taipei Computer Association (TCA) and Taipei Game Show (TGS) and will take place from 28th January-31st January.


The Taipei Game Show 2021 will host online and offline activities for the first time putting together gaming industry professionals, gamers, and game industrialists without time and space barriers.

TAIPEI Game Show 2021

All About TAIPEI Game Show 2021!

The organizers have started separate registrations for Asia Pacific Game Summit, B2B and B2C zones. B2B Zone will be an international corporate forum that provides matching opportunities and facilitates the engagement and sharing of ideas between game industry professionals worldwide.


The Asia Pacific Game Summit also provides video streaming, bringing international speakers and the public together, and presenting industry opportunities and developments. The forum would give independent game developers a fantastic opportunity to engage and share their ideas with gaming professionals.


The B2C Zone will showcase new game titles, Esports events, information of hardware and new products providing a new entertainment option for gamers across the world.


They canceled the event 2 times because of the coronavirus pandemic first on February 6-9, 2020, and then on June 25-28, 2020 but now the publishers are here with the event involving both online and offline modes.


Stay tuned with us to get more information about the event here!


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