WePlay Esports invites you to the New Year's show "Cyber ​​Santa. Another dimension" at the VDNG

WePlay Esports invites you to the New Year's show "Cyber Santa. Another dimension" at the VDNG

From December 11 to January 9 in the VDNG Concert Hall (Pavilion 9) a New Year's show that will introduce everyone to the world of esports will take place.

WePlay Esports, in partnership with StageShow Company, the creators of Watchtower and Winterra, invites you to dive into the esports dimension.

Viewers will take part in the action directly and will influence the course of events. Santa is lost in cyberspace and does not have time to prepare for the holiday. A boy comes to the rescue, helping his new friend navigate the new world. Guests and participants will move between three stages and witness the first Antigravity.show in Ukraine.

Konstantin Tomilchenko and Oleksandr Bratkovsky have become the directors of the show, while Potap and Uncle Vadya put themselves in charge of the musical component. Themed stands, a photo area and gifts from WePlay Esports are waiting for visitors.

Oleh Humeniuk, CEO of WePlay Holding and COO of TECHIIA Holding

Oleh Humeniuk, CEO of WePlay Holding and COO of TECHIIA Holding

"Our team knows how to create spectacles," says Oleh Humeniuk, CEO of WePlay Holding and COO of TECHIIA Holding. "Together with our partners from the StageShow Company, we invite fans of computer games and science fiction to immerse themselves in the New Year's esports reality."

The events are held in compliance with the quarantine requirements of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, you are allowed to take part if you have one of the documents:

  • vaccination certificate (in electronic or printed form);
  • 063/o certificate (preventive vaccination card);
  • COVID-19 Recovery Certificate;
  • a negative PCR test result (made no later than 48 hours before attending the event);
  • a negative COVID-19 antigen rapid test results (made no later than 48 hours before the event).

Tickets can be purchased by the link.

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