It’s time to play as Dublin gets ready for GamerCon
The event was expected to attract 20,000 gamers over two days - but has already sold 15,000 tickets
GamerCon, a Dublin-based gaming convention company, is taking over Europe as it expects to make room for an extra 10,000 attendees at its Dublin convention.
Earlier this month, it was announced that GamerCon was expanding its conventions to Berlin and Madrid.
The convention company, which is hosting its first conventions in Dublin in March and London in June, will host up to 40,000 people at each event, said chief executive and founder of GamerCon Ferdi Roberts.
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