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Copenhagen Gaming Week puts Denmark on the consumer tech map

Lena Hunter
January 24th, 2024


The 12,500-strong international event points to a Danish consumer tech industry about to boom. It featured computer gaming, digital and physical sports, cosplay, boardgames, e-sports and a Counter-Strike 2 tournament. Plus, a Danish short is nominated for an Oscar, and Iceland may drop out of Eurovision if Israel takes part.


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The 12,500-strong international event points to a Danish consumer tech industry about to boom. It featured computer gaming, digital and physical sports, cosplay, boardgames, e-sports and a Counter-Strike 2 tournament. Plus, a Danish short is nominated for an Oscar, and Iceland may drop out of Eurovision if Israel takes part.

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