Scenes from the Rage gaming expo in Johannesburg

Scenes from the Rage gaming expo in Johannesburg

The Rage gaming expo (RAgeExpo) hosted at The Dome in Northgate brought together gamers, cosplayers and techies. See what happened inside. Video by: Vusi Adonis #Inspire #Inform #Empower #Sapa #Sapa_TV
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