G-Star 2020 Goes Full Digital This Year Following A New COVID-19 Outbreak In South Korea
South Korea’s G-Star gaming convention will be going digital this year as the country battles a new COVID-19 outbreak. According to the event organizers, going fully digital is actually good for the event because it will allow them to expand their reach and connect with more development studios and developers.
“Last year over 2,500 trade visitors networked together [digitally, with nearly a quarter of a million people attending in 2019], and this year without the restrictions of travel that number is expected to increase substantially. The G-STAR networking system can be accessed at a reasonable price, and the platform has been improved intuitively so that anyone can use it without difficulty. One B2B ticket enables you to run unlimited online meetings.”
G-Star standard admission tickets are priced at $100 but you can get a 20% discount if you buy the G-Star, Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki, and Blockchain Gamer LIVE! admission package here. G-Star is scheduled to run from November 17th through November 21st.