Gaming Istanbul 2020 announced the brand-new Mobile Gaming Area, where creators and publishers of mobile games can present their products to a broad audience.
Several exhibitors were also confirmed for the upcoming event taking place from January 30th to February 2nd, 2020, in the Eurasia Show & Art Center in Istanbul, Turkey.
Confirmed exhibitors are – among others – RedBull, Monster Energy and GTG. Publishers such as Aral Game and Over Game, as well as one of the leading technology brands from Turkey, Plus Clouds, will be present on the showfloor.
Another big local player is Zocco’s, Turkish biggest gaming center. Masomo and Gram Games, two considerable mobile game companies, complete the line-up of the first announcement.
In line with Black Friday, if you plan on going, you can pick up the tickets with a 20% discount. From Friday, 29 November until Sunday, December 1, you can use the BFGIST20 discount code to save 20%.
On the matter of mobile games: In response to growing interest of companies from this sector, GIST announced a dedicated Mobile Gaming Area at the upcoming 2020 event.
“Official statistics show that more than 21 million people actively play mobile games in Turkey. Some titles like Call of Duty Mobile had a download rate of several million shortly after launch and player numbers remain stable over months. Small and mid-size mobile gaming studios are on the rise as well. The mobile sector in Turkey is much bigger than console and even PC – thus, it is no surprise that two thirds of all local gamers play mobile games”, says Meric Eryürek, Branding and Marketing Communication Manager at GIST.
In just four short years, Gaming Istanbul has grown to almost 100 exhibitors in B2C, B2B and indie areas in 2019. Overall, developers and companies from 20 countries came to showcase their latest games and products to the large crowd of visitors and more than 2.300 trade attendees.
These numbers cement Gaming Istanbul’s position as the largest gaming event in the region, fulfilling its mission statement of “building the gaming bridge of Eurasia”.