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Gamescom is a trade fair for videogames held in Germany every year since 2009. Since it’s first trade fair Gamescom have been growing rapidly in terms of numbers and it’s currently the worlds largest gaming event with over 1000 exhibitors and well over 370.000 attendants. PUBG Global Invitational events were also held in Gamescom in 2017 and 2018. On top of that not only PUBG Corporation but gamers could join the events exhibited by many different companies. 2018’s highlights include;

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Graphic Card

Destiny 2: Forsaken

Rage 2

Mini Retro Arcade Machines: My Arcade

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

HTC Vive Wireless Adapter

Battlefield V

Lego DC Super Villains

Metro Exodus

These are just few of the highlights from the Gamescom 2018. As mentioned earlier with over 1000 exhibitors each year, Gamescom is the biggest trade fair in gaming industry. Most big companies announce their new projects in conferences held in Gamescom each year. It surely caught the eyes of gamers all around the globe. You can check the Gamescom’s official website from the link down below.

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