Digital Entertainment Cluster visits ACE Fair
Members of Digital Entertainment Cluster along with other Polish companies from the game industry have attended ACE Fair 2014. Establishing business contacts with developers and publishers were the main focus of the attendees of this B2B fair held from September 25-29 in South Korean Gwangju.
Companies presented their products at a joined Polish booth. In addition to KPT, promoting another edition of Digital Dragons the list of the companies included: FunnApp, Alvernia Studios, Dardanele Studio, Incuvo,
11 Bit Sutidos, Duckie Deck, Tate Interactive, Onet, Gry-Online, Roboto Translation, SOLPEO, Anshar Studios, ATGames, Fuero Games and White Moon. “A visit to Gwangju was successful in every respect. We had some important talks with potential partners for the next year’s Digital Dragons and also gathered experience in organizing this type of events. It is worth noting that South Korea is one of the largest video games market in the world with the number of players estimated at 15-25 million and the market value of about 4 billion dollars.”-says Mariusz Socha of the Krakow Technology Park, Coordinator of Digital Entertainment Cluster.
ACE Fair to one of the largest B2B Trade Fairs in the world. This Year more than 300 exhibitors from 40 countries of the world appeared in Gwangju.
Gwangju ACE (Asia Content & Entertainment) Fair is an international content licensing fair supported by Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea, hosted by Gwangju Metropolitan City and co-organized by Kimdaejung Convention Center, Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea Cable Television Association, Gwangju Information & Culture Industry Promotion Agency and Gwangju Design Center.