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One of Europe’s Biggest Games Shows Opens in Zagreb Next Week

Reboot

The Croatian capital Zagreb will be the place to be next week for game lovers….

The 4th Reboot InfoGamer 2015 is set to take place from 11-15 November at Velesajam, Zagreb’s Fair convention showgrounds.

Reboot, which is the biggest gaming show in South East Europe and now one of the biggest in Europe, will this year see more than 100 international and Croatian exhibitors with 400 playable units on over 12,000m2 of exhibition space.

The 5-day show will focus on the latest and upcoming video games, hardware, gaming merchandise, esports and analogue games. Last year saw more than 30,000 visitors attend and this year an even bigger crowd is expected.
For more info about the show check out their website here.

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