By 1 September 2015 | Categories: news


The really Awesome gaming expo (rAge), as always, is going to be a packed affair this year, taking place 9 - 11 October 2015 at the The Ticketpro Dome. The good news is that ticket sales have opened today, so if you don’t want to stand in a rather long queue at the event itself, head over to any Computicket outlet and online at

A day ticket for rAge will set you back R100, while a weekend ticket will require R250 of your hard-earned dosh. A shuttle ticket for a round trip to the Sandton Gautrain Station is R80, and these are only available from Computicket.

Here’s what you can expect to see at rAge 2015: Console and PC gaming, computer hardware and software, geek culture, overclocking, gaming peripherals, gaming retail stores, hardware retail stores, gaming apparel and accessories, local game development studios, eSports events, international game developers, media and creative arts colleges, convention artists, graphic art signings, comic books, cosplay, anime, role-playing, collectible card games, digital lifestyle gear and a whole lot more.

Cape Townians can expect their own bit of rAge next year in the form of the really Awesome geek experience, heading to the Mother City during 18 - 20 March 2016 at the GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World in Goodwood.


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