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Friday 16 and Saturday 17 February, 2024
Adelaide Studios, 1 Mulberry Road, Glenside

SAGE:
South Australian Game Exhibition

Adelaide’s newest and most exciting event for video game developers, players and fans, and everyone in between – and it’s FREE!

Presented by the South Australian Film Corporation, SAGE Adelaide lets you experience the best of Adelaide’s thriving video game development sector first-hand. Come and try a range of awesome locally made video games, meet the developers and studios behind them and more at this fun, family-friendly, FREE event!

SAGE Adelaide 2024

SA Game Exhibition is back bigger and better in 2024 

After a bumper inaugural event in 2023, SAGE is back bigger and better in 2024 with a two-day event as part of the Adelaide Fringe! Experience the best in South Australian video games at the South Australian Film Corporation’s SAGE: SA Game Exhibition.

Friday 16 and Saturday 17 February, 2024
Adelaide Studios
1 Mulberry Road, Glenside

FREE for all ages

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SAGE Adelaide 2024

SAGE Adelaide – Explore and experience

Presented by the South Australian Film Corporation at its Adelaide Studios screen production facilities, SAGE 2024 is your chance to experience the best of South Australia’s thriving video game development industry first-hand.

  • Come and try more than 30 awesome South Australian-made video games for console, PC, mobile and VR/XR – that you can play for free!,
  • Meet the local creators, developers and studios behind the games, and find out more about their work,
  • Hear from industry and education experts and local developers in the free SAGE Advice program of discussion panels,
  • Learn about South Australia’s video game development sector and how the SAFC supports it,
  • Find out more about the exciting career and educational pathways on offer in the sector and how you can be a part of it,
  • And more!

…and it’s all FREE!

SAGE Adelaide 2024

SAGE Awards

Now in its second year, SAGE 2024 is double the fun and excitement with two action-packed days of free fun, an extended program, and now two new awards:

  • The SAGE: Elevate Award for the best game in the Elevate section, with a prize of $1,000 of legal services provided by SAGE partner Cam Rogers Legal, and
  • The SAGE Award for Best in Exhibition, with a $2,000 cash prize for the best game overall, provided by the SAFC.

The Awards will be determined by the 2024 SAGE Jury comprised of Screen Australia Games Investment Manager Chad Toprak, Big Ant Studios Chief Operating Officer Mark Bracken, Kotaku Australia managing editor David Smith, Games Hub’s Leah Jade Williams and independent games consultant Jon Cartwright.

The winners will be determined on Friday 16 February, and you can check them out in exhibition on Saturday 17 February!

SA GAME EXHIBITION 2023 EVENT GALLERY

The South Australian Film Corporation’s inaugural SAGE: SA Game Exhibition was held at Adelaide Studios on Friday 10 February, 2023, with more than 800 game developers, gaming enthusiasts and members of the general public turn out to see and play video games from 19 local studios and indie developers. Check out photos from the day below!

Photos: Naomi Jellicoe

South Australian Film Corporation’s (SAFC) inaugural SAGE: SA Game Exhibition held in the Adelaide Studios on Friday 10 of February 2023. Picture: Naomi Jellicoe

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SAGE – SA Game Exhibition 2024 offers a unique opportunity for your business or organisation to align with South Australia’s exciting game development sector and engage with video game developers, players, fans and more.

If you’re interested in becoming a partner of SAGE Adelaide, please contact [email protected] to learn more about what opportunities are available.

SAGE: SA Game Exhibition was like someone had carved a large chunk of the Indie stand right off the PAX Aus show floor, and it had the exact same buzz about it. South Australia is ready to be our next major games development hub!

– Kotaku