The Madrid Gaming Experience closes with more than 100.000 visitors

Last weekend we were able to attend the Madrid Gaming Experience, the event that makes Madrid become the epicenter of the world of video games for three days, just as a good prelude to the announcements that Sony has made in Paris. The Madrid Gaming Experience has given us a good time of entertainment with many of the events held as well as the content offered.

More than 104.000 visitors, 193 exhibitors, more than 60 brands present and a great variety of experiences from the gamer world, have consolidated this second edition although a little more vivacity has been lacking in the matter for the Madrid Gaming Experience to finally consolidate itself as an event that focuses all eyes on the international scene. As we have said, 104.132 people visited Feria de Madrid from October 27 to 29 to be part of MGE, which would be 39% more compared to the previous edition if in 3 MGE had lasted three days instead of five.

Miguel Ángel Soler, director of GAME eSports, has indicated his satisfaction with the result of the Madrid event, leaving the following statements:

We have enjoyed another year of a great event and we are very satisfied to have collaborated in bringing the world of video games and all that it entails to its followers.

The public was able to have fun with news and exclusives such as Flat heroes, which has been played by first time in Spain in its version for Nintendo Switch. However, the focus was on games already presented such as NBA 2K18, Super Mario Odyssey, The Inpatient, Bravo Team, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege, Destiny2, FIFA18, Hearthstone or Raiders of the Broken Planet. It goes without saying that a server had the best time was in the retro area. In spite of everything, a little more cosplay and a crowd were missing.


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