2022 Brazil Independent Game Festival Tickets


The Brazilian Indie Game Festival (BIG), the largest independent game festival in Latin America, returns for its 10th edition in July as a hybrid event, and they invite everyone to attend Expo de São Paulo in person. Paulo, as well as online! BIG Festival 2022 takes place July 6-10, 2022 in beautiful São Paulo, Brazil, and attendees can expect presentations from some of the most prolific and renowned companies in the industry – and of the world.

Tickets are available now for the in-person event. Visit https://www.bigfestival.com.br/take-part.html for full details or to purchase tickets.

There’s never been a better time to experience all the amazing games and opportunities that have propelled the country of Brazil to the top of the LATAM gaming market, further solidifying itself as a major industry hub and pioneer.

“Brazilian studios have attracted a lot of international attention, such as recent investments and partnerships from big players like Epic Games, Fortis Games and Room8 Studio. This is just the beginning, and we are planning a fantastic BIG Festival this year,” said Eliana Russi, executive director of Brazil Games.

“Without a doubt, this will be the biggest edition of the BIG Festival. In addition to the big names already confirmed at the event, we still have a lot of new things to announce in the coming weeks. We couldn’t celebrate the 10th edition of this event better, as it is increasingly proving to be one of the most important in the video game scene in the world,” said Gustavo Steinberg, Director of the BIG Festival.

With the support of Brazil Games (the Brazilian game export program), which is carried out by Abragames (Brazilian Association of Game Companies) and ApexBrasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), BIG Festival is the center of largest business in Latin America within the video game industry. , strengthening the gaming ecosystem in Brazil. The festival showcased the best games in Latin America and around the world and was the platform for major announcements from renowned publishers and industry leaders such as Nintendo, Microsoft, Capcom, Newzoo and many more. .

Last year’s event featured big announcements, like Capcom’s presentation on Resident Evil which featured the franchise’s first game to be dubbed into Brazilian Portuguese, and the launch of a new job portal, where businesses can search for skilled labor and aspiring industrial workers can find work opportunities — an event that saw more than 1,000 registered professionals sign up. As a valuable space for industry newcomers and veterans alike, for a decade the BIG Festival has been home to valuable business meetings, awards, media coverage, conferences and the presence of world’s leading professionals, as well as publishers and investors. .

Last year, more than 20 million people took part in the second incarnation of BIG Digital – the virtual festival created in 2020 in response to the impact of the global pandemic. The online lectures were viewed over 800,000 times and the event website, along with several activities in addition to panels and lectures, received over two million visits during the festival period. Despite shifting to an online format, BIG Festival 2021 reached record numbers, making it the most successful edition of the event to date. With more than 70 hours of bilingual content, in Portuguese and English, the event was broadcast live with more than 300 speakers and 545 companies from 64 countries participating in the event, with more than 5,000 appointments from scheduled business. The estimated enterprise value of BIG Festival 2021 alone generated over $50 million in revenue.

The BIG Festival 2022 looks no different, with the event bringing together a planned 30,000 people in the physical space, in addition to reaching more than one million gaming enthusiasts, industry professionals and enthusiasts via the online broadcasts. There will be over 100 hours of live talks and performances, plus over 200 curated games available to play, online and in person.


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