TGC: The Biggest Game Developing Business Convention in the Middle East

TGC: The Biggest Game Developing Business Convention in the Middle East photo

With 2000 registrations for attendance at Iran’s first video game industry trade event, Tehran Game Convention is set to become the biggest gathering of game developers in the MENA region.

According to Iran Computer and Video Game Foundation, 2000 individuals from game developers, publisher, buyers, investors, press and students in the field of video games, who have made it clear with their registration to attend the first TGC event, that TGC will be the biggest convention of game developers that has ever been gathered in the Middle East.

This event, being held in partnership with Iran Computer and Video Game Foundation and Game Connection France, will feature 126 companies and independent game developers from Iran and abroad, including, Canada, Austria, Russia, France, Japan, Estonia, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Holland, Finland, Cyprus, Jordan, Turkey, China and Malaysia.

Furthermore, 58 reputable and experienced game developers from Iran, France, Australia, Sweden, America, Canada, Russia, Germany, Spain, Portugal, England, Poland, Serbia, Japan, Turkey and the UAE will speak on technology, game design, project management, arts and business. In addition, anticipated at this event are specialized panels in the field of market development, branding and investment opportunities in Iran’s gaming industry.

Two special events from sponsors of the event will also take place at TGC, titled, “A look at Iran's Computer Game Industry and Irancell's positive impact on it,” and an introduction panel by Ario company titled, “Let the hero inside you play.” 6 all-day Master Classes are amongst the other featured programs at this event. Class instructors will provide attendees with concentrated presentations on important and practical concepts.

The first international video game trade exhibition and conference, TGC, will take place July 6-7 at the IRIB International Conference Center. For more information please visit