rAge Expo This Weekend in Joburg!

Are you a die-hard gamer or a technofile? Well, the 2011 rAge Expo might be just for you!

This 2011 rAge Expo is held at the Coca Cola Dome in Johannesburg from the 30th of September to the 2nd of October (this coming weekend).

The rAge Expo is South Africa’s premier computer, gaming and technology expo. The expo brings together the most popular and cutting-edge games, technology, gadgets and gaming-related products under one dome.

More than 20,000 visits attended the rAge Expo in 2010. 2,080 NAG LAN tickets were sold out in 36 hours last year. The psychosocial demographic of visitors to rAge has exploded in recent years. The earliest rAge events were visited primarily by the characteristic gamer, but more and more families and consumers from all age brackets and LSM categories have been attending the expo in recent years. Gaming is now truly for everyone.

Die hard gamers, technophiles and fun-loving families are getting ready for the annual gaming pilgrimage to this expo. The event is sponsored by Samsung. Thousands of rAger’s will be there to experience the latest games, check out what’s new in the name of gaming gadgets and consoles as well as “beasting” their machines with the latest cutting-edge computer hardware and peripherals – shouldn’t you be too? For more information visit http://www.rageexpo.co.za/

NAG LAN tickets have sold out this year again, but you might be able to find some for sale on the Junk Mail website, check out this link for NAG LAN ticket adverts on Junk Mail.

Tickets: Day Tickets cost R50 per person, Weekend tickets cost R80 per person, Family Tickets (for 2 adults and 2 children) cost R160. Kids under 6 can enter for free.

Show Times:  Friday: 10:00 – 18:00, Saturday: 09:00 – 18:00, Sunday: 10:00 – 16:00

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Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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