The Zinne Games festival is a video game festival organized by the Arts&Publics non-profit organization taking place in Brussels.
As a cultural object, rich in its communities and varied in its practice, video games will be showcased from a new perspective through a wide range of activities highlighting the artistic, social, and local dimensions of video games over two days of meetings and discoveries.
The festivities include a “Belgian video game” zone to discover local productions, a “Workshops” zone to create, stream, and learn on the spot, an “Arcade” zone to (re)discover retro or neo arcade games, and a “Conference” zone to learn more about women in video games or the ins and outs of the video game industry. In addition, there are experiences and concerts combining video games and music.
The festival is aimed at all types of audiences interested in video games. Creators, enthusiasts, and newcomers are welcome. Family-friendly and inclusive, the Zinne Games Festival is suitable for all ages.
this festival is free of charge from May 6-7 20203 to showcase the richness of Belgian video game culture while encouraging the meeting between professionals and their audiences.