The city of Johannesburg is a melting pot of many things which includes technology. In the spirit of embracing technological innovation and excellency, from the 10th of October to the 12th of October 2014, the Coca-Cola Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg will play host to the 12th annual rAge expo. Arranged by a team of event organisers, public relations experts and other players, rAge is driven by a dedicated and experienced team who are responsible for publishing NAG magazine which is South Africas leading gaming, computer and technology magazine.
Rage is Africa’s premier consumer gaming and technology exhibition which draws thousands of visitors and seeks to highlight and expose the latest and greatest in gadgets, video games and everything else that sets the gadget fans on the edge. Primary product categories at this event include PC and console gaming, computer hardware and software, overlocking, gaming peripherals, gaming retail, hardware retail, gaming apparel and accessories, local game development studios, eSports events, international game developers, media and creative arts colleges, convention artists, graphic art signings, comics, anime, role-playing, collectible card games, digital lifestyle gear, etc.
This annual event provides a rare opportunity for tech companies, assorted retailers, video game distributors, aspiring game developers and anyone else looking to access a potentially untapped market to promote their brands and products, or to directly interact with their target audience and engage with them personally to encourage a meaningful, lasting customer relationship.Through this event, exhibitors can capitalise on the enormous spending power of the technology and gaming consumer.
This is indeed South Africa’s gaming industrys calendar major and it’s not surprising to see gamers traveling from Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and many other places in South Africa. Gate charges for this event are R80 per person for the day ticket, weekend ticket is at R150 and NAG LAN ticket is at R450. You cant afford to miss this.