Don’t Miss: GG Gaming Zone at The PC Show 2016

There’s always something new when it comes to technology, even for the exhibitions themselves. For the first time in its 26-year run, The PC Show 2016 will feature a GG Gaming Zone filled with activities, prizes, and a whole ton of drool-worthy hardware.

Managed by GamesProSg and Gam3.Asia, the 400 sq m space will serve as the ultimate gaming hub for the four-day exhibition. Attendees will get to experience Overwatch and FIFA 16 running on high-end systems or try their luck at beating a world-renowned pro gamer.

Kun Xian Ho, better known as Team Razer’s Xian, will be present for a Street Fighter V Challenge from 6pm to 8pm on June 3. All participants get to walk away with freebies but those who emerge victoriously take home a Razer Leviathan sound system – consisting of a soundbar and subwoofer – worth $329.90.


Yet this is The PC Show and deals are what it’s all about. Expect to see star buys from top gaming brands Acer Predator, Alienware, AORUS, ASUS Republic of Gamers, BenQ, ZOWIE, Dell, Gigabyte, Kingston HyperX, Logitech, Plantronics GameCom, MSI, Razer, Samsung, and SteelSeries.

Accompanying those are hourly specials and exclusive show offers, while stocks last. You can even find recently launched products such as the ASUS ROG G502 notebook and GT51 desktop, the Razer Blade Stealth ultrabook, and the HyperX Cloud Revolver headset, to name a few.

Whether it’s a new system, accessory, or both, the GG Gaming Zone seems like a great way of trying out all manner of the latest gaming products. And it comes at an opportune time too – this year’s Steam Summer Sale is rumored to start in late June.

You can find the GG Gaming Zone at Singapore Expo Hall 5, booth number 5035. Alternatively, keep an eye out for the MyRepublic booth since they’re right beside it.

The PC Show 2016 runs from June 2 to 5. Check out the official site for a link to the floor plan.

Ade Putra

Ade thinks there's nothing quite like a good game and a snug headcrab. He grew up with HIDEO KOJIMA's Metal Gear Solid, lives for RPGs, and is waiting for light guns to make their comeback.