Lisboa Games Week, Portugal's biggest gaming event, recently made its highly anticipated return after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 regulations. Despite the pandemic's impact still being evident at the event, the gaming community was pleased to see the return of this important occasion.
This year's edition introduced new additions, including some of the expected names from the local industry. However, one of the biggest attention-grabbers was the return to a single pavilion setup. This change was most likely due to the absence of PlayStation, which typically occupies a considerable area.
Inygon had a significant presence at the event with a three-thousand-square-meter area, where we offered esports content and experiences to the fans. Throughout the four days of the event, attendees had the opportunity to watch different game titles, such as Rocket League, LoL: Wild Rift, Teamfight Tactics, Street Fighter V, Legends of Runeterra, and of course, Valorant and League of Legends, including the highly anticipated Legion VCE and WGR LPLOL finals.