South Korea’s largest game expo wrapped up yesterday after setting record high number of visitors on a wide range of computer, mobile, and VR games.
According to the Korea Association of Game Industry, about 235,000 people had visited the four-day G-Star Global Game Exhibition in Busan.
The expo brought together 689 game developers and distributors from 36 countries. They included South Korean game makers Nexon Korea Corp. and Netmarble Inc. and U.S. video game developer Epic Games and streaming platform Twitch.
The expo also drew a number of cloud computing providers and blockchain companies.