GamesFest is back in Dubai

Event is designed to bring together gamers, showcase gaming products and latest games

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GamesFest is back in Dubai GamesFest is returning to Dubai on 24th June in Dubai Festival City.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  June 20, 2011

Top gaming event, GamesFest is back in the UAE on 24th June at The Living Rooms Café in Dubai Festival City from 12pm to 10pm.

The tournament aims to bring together gamers through PC and console tournaments and competitions, and several new games will also be debuted at the GamesFest.

The gaming day, organized by Middle East Gamers, is sponsored by, ASUS, Eidos, Gigabyte, Golden Systems, Linksys, Memorex, nVidia, Razer, Roccat, Prince Computers, Thrustmaster, THQ and Viva Entertainment.

GamesFest will give gamers the opportunity to get their hands on the latest gaming gadgets and games. Highlights of the event include the exclusive Middle East showcase of the Deus Ex: Human Revolution video game, the third edition in cult games series Deus Ex.

Golden Systems will be holding tournaments for Call of Duty: Black Ops and StarCraft II and participants will have the chance to win a gaming PC from Golden Systems.

There will also be a WWE Tournament, where participants can win an Xbox 360, autographed John Cena posters and a WWE title belt, and a FIFA 11 Tournament with an Xbox 360 as top prize.

Those interested in PC gaming and gaming modifications will have the chance to tweak an ASUS PC to achieve the best 3D Benchmark scores to win great prizes from ASUS.

Visitors will get to have a look at the Ultimate Gaming PC built by Tbreak, which was built with some of the best components available in the UAE and is valued at over AED 15,000.

ASUS, Gigabyte, Golden Systems, Linksys, Memorex, Nvidia, Roccat, Prince Computers and Thrustmaster will also be showcasing their latest gaming devices.

"Hundreds of gamers have already registered for the event and we're excited to offer a great day of gaming and activities at The Living Rooms Café, Dubai Festival City," said Abbas Jaffar Ali, publisher of Middle East Gamers.

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