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Eve Fanfest


02.-05. April 2020

Eve Fanfest is an exciting annual weekend event inviting countless fans from across the world to celebrate and share their passion for EVE - the largest science fiction multiplayer online game in the world.

Taking place in Reykjavík's award winning concert hall Harpa, the event offers fans the opportunity to meet each other in the real world and take part in some fantastic tournaments, attend keynote speeches, design presentations and multiple thrilling reveals.

Created by CCP Games in Reykjavík, EVE is a game of discovery and adventure set in an epic virtual universe – it’s the largest science fiction multiplayer online game in the world, with a community of over 500,000 players who explore, trade and fight through countless strange worlds set 35,000 years in the future.

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