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Submitted by jagiii 699d ago | news

Gamescom 2013: France Named Official Partner Country

France is the partner country of the Gamescom 2013 in Cologne, Germany August 21-25. The French will be heading the international community of exhibitors at the world’s largest trade fair for games. The French games industry will be presenting itself at the exhibition grounds of the Koelnmesse to the Gamescom visitors from 84 countries. After Canada, Great Britain and Korea, the Gamescom is again welcoming one of the leading gaming countries in the world as its partner country – namely France and Le Game. (Gamescom 2013, Industry, Ubisoft)

ohcatrina  +   699d ago
Aaaaaaah, how awesome!! I wish I could go!
KrisK  +   699d ago
Same, I need to get out there and go to one of these.
gamerlive  +   699d ago
The French and Germans working together in games, interesting.
MartinB105  +   699d ago
Then I can expect to see Quantic Dream's games when I visit... right? ;)
creHEARTive  +   698d ago
looks like France has finally become important. lol

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