ESGS 2017 Brings The Best PC, Console, and Mobile Games To The Country

Gariath Concepts will be bringing fun in the world of gaming with the Esports and Gaming Summit 2017, which will be happening on October 27 to 29, 2017 at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Compound, Pasay City. Now on its fourth year, expect more game demos, freebies and esports matches from a diverse set of publishers and developers in the video game industry.

Here are a few things to expect when ESGS 2017 opens its doors to gamers from the casual to the most
hardcore:

More Presence from the Big Brands in the Gaming Industry


Some big brands who have graced the previous ESGS events will be making a return to the event. At the
PlayStation booth, expect to see upcoming titles for everyone to try out, plus some surprises that will be
revealed at the event. Ubisoft will showcase Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Just Dance 2018 as well as
hosting a series of activities about game development. Fans will be able to try out Capcom’s Monster
Hunter World. Hi-Rez Studios will also make its debut on the ESGS main stage as they will be hosting
demos and tournaments for Smite and Paladins.

Local developers such as Secret 6 will be showcasing their latest build for their upcoming FPS game Project
Xandata, Ranida Games will have playable demos for their fighting game Bayani: Kanino Ka Kakampi?,
Indigo Entertainment’s booth will feature their anticipated mecha fighting game Garrison Archangel along
with their other games, and Synergy 88 will be bringing some surprises for their upcoming projects.

Mobile game developers and tournament organizers will be making a bigger splash in this year’s ESGS as
well. R2 Games’ Heroes Evolved will be present, as well as Moonton’s massive hit Mobile Legends. Expect
game demos, the latest news, and other activities from these publishers. The Mobile Esports Arena will
be hosting a series of mobile game tournaments to satisfy your thirst for competitive matches.

Gaming and hobby shop Ludus will be bringing Final Fantasy: The Card Game to the stage, the first nonelectronic
game to take center stage at the event. They will also hold live demos of said game in their
booth, where fans can also purchase Final Fantasy: The Card Game and other games.
Of course, gaming won’t happen without hardware, and these brands will also make a huge wave at ESGS
with their newest products and activities. Expect more surprises from MSI, HyperX, Thermaltake,
Predator, AOC, Philips, ASRock, Zotac and PowerColor.

More Spotlight for the Indies


The independent scene will be given a spotlight as the Indie Arena will highlight some of the current game
titles developed by international game devs, while the local indie game developers will have their own
area with GDAP’s GameFest station. Here attendees can try out the games and have a chance to chat with
the developers and maybe walk away with exclusive freebies!

Brace yourselves for more Brawlfest Action


The biggest fighting game communities will unite once again to bring another intense Brawlfest minievent
to satisfy fans looking for intense console competition. The communities from Playbook, PinoyPS,
Cosmic Gorgons, and Secret Base have joined forces to host a series of tournaments featuring fan-favorite
fighting game titles. Their main highlight will be for Tekken 7 where the winner will be heading to EVO
Japan 2018 to compete with the rest of the top players around the globe.

Leveling Up on Game Development


Aside from hosting local indie game developers, the Game Developers Association of the Philippines
(GDAP) will be having their GameFest to promote the academic side of game development. They will also
be bringing several academic schools and game development partners in their area to share their
specialties to the public. They will also be inviting some of the top developers from different studios for a
series of game development talks* where everyone can learn more on concept art, animation,
programming and more.

Gear Up for the Cosplay Competition: Gaming Category


Where there’s gaming, there’s bound to be cosplay. ESGS 2017 will be bringing back its gaming-themed
cosplay competition with bigger prizes are on the line. Participants will be evaluated by a panel of judges
who are also long-time cosplayers themselves: tech influencer Kang Dupet, freelance events organizer
Loki Heart, and World Cosplay Summit Philippines President Tessa. The cosplay competition will be
handled by Anime Alliance Philippines and powered by Animax.

 

ABOUT ESGS

Organized by Gariath Concepts and dubbed as one of the biggest E-Sports Competition and Gaming
Conventions in Southeast Asia, ESGS continues to grow and provides the best gaming and esports
experience in the Philippines and has grown to become a bookmarked local gaming event, eagerly awaited
by brands, publishers, tournament organizers, academic institutions, cosplayers, and fans of games and
gaming.

ABOUT GARIATH CONCEPTS

Established in 2014, Gariath Concepts aims to become anything that is beyond ordinary in hosting gaming
events and tournaments. With ESGS as its flagship event, Gariath has created other events where they
partnered with major brands and esports leagues including the popular Pinoy Gaming Festival: Summer
Assembly where it showcases some of the hottest esports activities in the metro during summer, the allfighting
game event BrawlFest where it features the biggest fighting game communities and the esports
Tour (co-organized with Mineski Events Team) where it reaches out to other regions in the country to
celebrate esports and gaming.

ABOUT GG NETWORK

GG Network is the esports and gaming entertainment vertical of TV5 and D5 Studio. GG Network aims to
provide a balanced serving of digital gaming content that caters to gamers no matter their affiliation or
interest level. It is a Multi-Channel Network focused on the gaming pillar that involves strategic
partnerships, original programming, streamers on different video platforms, editorial content, team and
event sponsorships and naming rights and is now the highest followed media-backed esports community
in the Philippines.

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