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published time By Liveinstyle published time 30 Nov, 2017 Share image 568 Shares

All the gamers dreaming of Las Vegas hold your breath. Be ready to experience next level gaming with The Deltin World Gaming Festival, back after 7 long years. With their promise of Las Vegas style appeal, opulent luxury, world class dazzling entertainment, international cuisine and many mystical moments to cherish, this time WGF only gets bigger and better.


Save the dates from 30th Nov to 4th Dec, 2017 and head to Asia's largest luxury offshore gaming dens Deltin Royale, Deltin JAQK and Deltin Caravela and experience the apogee of luxury.  See six internationally renowned games like Poker, Rummy, Roulette, Baccarat, Indian Flush and Andar Bahar in this entertainment district.


‘Play to play and not to win’ in the words of Jackie Shroff, the brand ambassador of WGF. Play to the sounds of spinning wheels, ball-drops and bounces. Enjoy the multi cuisine restaurants, Aqua Bar, Vegas, The Grand Exclusive Whisky Lounge & Skybar and gaze at the mesmerizing view of the river Mandovi and surrounding horizons.

There is more to the WGF, later, pack your bags and get ready to head to The Deltin Daman and splurge in the video gaming festival which will take place from 15th Dec to 17th Dec, 2017. Competition such as FIFA 18, Tekken 7, Counter Strike and DOTA 2 will raise your adrenaline. Experience the thrill of Controller Gaming Experience Zone, Motion Gaming Experience Zone, Virtual Reality Experience Zone, Simulation Gaming Experience Zone and Fun with Friends Zone.

So come, let’s game six global and local game tournaments. Let’s celebrate 100+ dazzling performances by international and national artists. Let’s indulge in world class cuisine. 

Some useful URLs:
For information on Deltin visit: Deltin Official Site
For information on WGF visit: World Gaming Festival
For Tournament packages please visit: WGF Goa Package
For Entry Packages visit: Early Bird Packages


Image Credits:, Deltin, Indian News & Times