GamerCon, Ireland’s largest ever gaming event is coming to Dublin this St. Patrick’s weekend. Set to be one of the highlights of the festive weekend, GamerCon will take place at the Convention Centre Dublin on March 18th, and 19th 2017 and up to 20,000 Gamers are expected to attend.

GamerCon has partnered with GameStop, the global leaders in gaming retail, for the event. Gamers (or their loved ones) can buy their tickets in any Gamestop store nationwide, as well as online at

Sony (Playstation), Microsoft (Xbox), Alienware, Razer, and Creative will also participate, together with Red Bull, to make this the most incredible gaming event ever seen in Ireland.

Irish band, All Tvvins, whose debut album hit the Irish charts at number 2 will bring live music to the event. With tracks featured on both Fifa 16 and Pro Evolution 17, the band has strong ties with the world of gaming. Playing a set on the GamerCon main stage on both the 18th and 19th of March, the band will bring a live element to the gaming event.

Guests can expect access to a huge range of games, with over 800 Gaming positions in the GamerZone alone. There will also be Virtual Reality experiences with PlayStation VR, Mobile Gaming, Console Gaming, access to the latest PC gaming hardware from Alienware, and the now signature luminous green gaming peripherals from Razer. As well as Headsets from Creative’s Sound BlasterX Pro Gaming range.

GameStop will also provide Gamers with a full selection of Gaming titles and merchandise in the GameStop Merch-Market.

If that’s not enough, GamerCon will bring some of the biggest global gaming stars from YouTube to the event, with heavyweights such as Ali-A, JeromeASF, Uberdanger, Clare Siobhan and AR12Gaming, as well as Little Carly, Little Kelly and MineVengers for the younger gamers.

The anticipation level for GamerCon is at fever pitch and as the days count down nothing can stop this hype train, The question is now, when are you getting on board? GamerCon takes place at the Convention Centre Dublin on March 18th and 19th 2017 from 9.30am to 6.30pm. General Admission costs €25 and family passes cost €80. For additional ticket options and further detail on pricing, go to

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