West African Gaming Expo 2015

West African Gaming Expo aims to introduce educational gaming, game designing, game development and game playing to the local African community. Like previous events, Over a 3 day period, WAGE will aim to educate attendees about the games industry.


29th 30th 31st October 2015

The annual West African Gaming Exhibition is set to take place in Lagos Nigeria.


This year’s WAGE event, WAGE 15 will see children as young as 5 years old being taught the basics of coding and game creation.

WAGE 15 conference is set to educate attendees on how they can break into the gaming / Technology industry. The one day conference will give over 500 students, governmental organisations, ICT Professionals, teachers, and educational institutions the chance to listen and learn from top game developers and educators working in the gaming industry.

Organisations such as LEAP Africa, Bournemouth University, Serious Games Association and International Games Developers Association are already confirmed as speakers.

The developer’s session will act as a platform for individuals, organisations, associations taking part in WAGE15 to showcase projects they are working on, showcase different lifecycle stages of creating a game, educate attendees on what software’s to use and how, showcases course attendees can study to become game developers or work in the tech industry, answer questions from attendees.

As the thriving hub of WAGE events, WAGE15 exhibition will be a place to play and see the latest games developed in the African region and beyond.

WAGE 15 children’s day (Serious Games Day) will showcase how E learning and E gaming can be used by educational institutions, teachers and parents to educate children whilst also teaching students above the ages of 5 the basics of game development and coding.

Pinefield Schools Auditorium, Off Admiralty Way, Christ Avenue, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos Nigeria
Why WAGE 15 ????

  • Conference speaking position
  • Guest Attending WAGE events are normally aged between 15 – 40 years of age.
  • Showcase projects and games in development stage
  • Sell ICT tools to developers
  • Be part of the growing African games industry
  • Sell products and services to attending guest.
  • Organise pay to play tournaments
  • Showcase your games to the world
  • Launch new games into the market
  • Gain access to media coverage,
  • Meet a new demographic of gamers
  • Network with other games developers
  • Showcase Educational Games.
  • Teach children how to code.

For more information on West African Gaming Expo 2015 (WAGE 15) Please visit: WWW.WESTAFRICANGAMINGEXPO.COM

For sponsorship information and Speaking opportunity please call: 09095327326 or email info@westafricangamingexpo.com


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