GAMES.CON will take place on 25-27 November in Belgrade Fair Hall 2 in Belgrade, Serbia. The venue, Belgrade Fair, is also known as Beogradski Sajam and is located in the municipality of Savski Venac, on the right bank of the Sava river. It is one of the most recognizable landmarks of Belgrade and is the largest institution of its kind in Serbia, covering an area of 24 hectares. All together, it has 14 halls which cover an exhibition area of 100.000 square meters, dominated by the three large domes: Hall 1, Hall 2 and Hall 3. For more information visit the official website and Facebook page.
The ESL Southeast Europe Championship Season IV Finals will be held within GAMES.CON and will span across all three days of the festival. The event will start with the LoL WildCard Qualifier, organised by Fortunagaming, which will secure a team from the host country in the LoL Finals. The qualifier will be played from November 25th to 26th. On November 26th the CS:GO Finals will take place (top 3 from the regular season + winner of WildCard Qualifier) On November 27th the LoL Finals will take place (top 3 from the regular season + winner of WildCard Qualifier). Each games Finals will have a prize pool of 3500 Euro.
GAMES.CON will feature several open tournaments on PC with the following games:: Hearthstone 1vs1, League of Legends 5vs5, Dota 2 5vs5, CS:GO 5vs5, World of Tanks 7vs7. Those who are keen on trying their skills on console competitions the organisers offer some PS4 tournaments for them with PES 2016, FIFA 2016, NBA 2k16, Mortal Kombat, Tekken. In addition the fan of boardgames will also find their pleasure on the last weekend of November as they will be able to participate on: Magic: the Gathering
Warhammer miniature games: Warhammer, Warhammer 40k, Flames of War tournaments.
GAMES.CON will also hold a Cosplay catwalk awarded competition. The topic for it will be: MARVEL and Bonelli Comics. Another big part of the festival will be the Comic Expo. Last but not least the VR fanatics will be able to enjoy the Oculus Rift, with a 1vs1 tournaments in the Virtual Reality world.