The Jordan Gaming Lab, a King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD) project, in cooperation with its technical partner the Maysalward Foundation, organized a Jordanian pavilion at the GameExpo summit, which kicked off in Dubai on Wednesday. According to a KAFD press release on Thursday, the expo will be held for two days as part of the Dubai Esports and Games Festival (DEF 2023) and will see the participation of the Al Hussein Technical University and the Babil and Madhawk Games companies in the Jordanian pavilion. The fund also supported the participation of the (Kenda Art) Foundation, which benefits from the support window for electronic game developers to allow it to network with international companies. The summit, sponsored by Pocket Gamer Connects, brings together a group of regional and international experts, thinkers and industry leaders to exchange experiences, discuss ways of joint cooperation and partnerships and explore available investment opportunities to promote the growth of the gaming and digital sports sector. The summit was attended by more than 700 prominent personalities and included a series of interactive activities and discussion sessions that were held with the participation of more than 100 speakers and thinkers to shed light on the latest trends in the sector at the level of the Middle East, North Africa and the world.
Source: Jordan News Agency