Early
Jan
 2022

Ani-Com & Games

10:00am – 9:00pm
HK$35.00 (on the door)

** After two postponements, Ani-Com was set to go ahead on January 1st to 4th, 2021, but this date also has been cancelled **

Hong Kong’s very own Ani-Com and Games convention has been around for more than two decades, and is the largest gathering of anime fans and gamers in town.

Taking place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center in Wan Chai, Ani-Com is a four-day event that draws in fans of animation, comics, video games, rare and limited edition collectibles, and music.

One of the most popular features of the Carnival is the E-sports carnival, which shows off the hottest video games and gaming devices, and gives gamers a chance to try them out.

If you love Cosplay, be sure to check out the event’s awesome Cosplay Contest, which has a grand prize of HK$5,000.00 for the best costume.

Cosplayers onstage at Anicom Games Hong Kong
Photo by ACGHK

Local fans have a chance this year to display their own amazing artwork at the anime design competition.

And model builders can also show off their skills in the GUNPLA Builder’s World Cup, sponsored by BANDAI, whereby competitors create incredible plastic Gundam models.

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