With CapGame, #PGW is committed to facilitating access to the show and the world of video games for visitors with disabilities.
A team of animators dedicated to accessibility, some of whom are deaf, will be able to welcome our visitors in French sign language.

Access to #PGWNextLevel for people with disabilities with CapGame

With CapGame, Paris Games Week is committed to facilitating access to the show and the world of video games for visitors with disabilities. Find out more about dedicated access for this Next Level edition.
Person looking at the PGW show floor plan on a terminal

Getting there

The Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles offers many points of arrival. Click here to find out how to best prepare for your visit: Show map

A soundproofed rest area is available in Hall 1 of the show. There is special access for disabled visitors in Hall 2.2. Wheelchairs can be loaned on presentation of proof of identity.

In Hall 2.2, the "Jouez comme vous êtes" (Play as you are) area will welcome you and present thirteen structures linked to disability, inclusion, accessibility of video games, etc.

Car park

Disabled parking spaces are available in the park's visitor car parks.
Main entrance to PGW
Exchange between two people in the PGW shop

Special rate

  • A reduced rate for disabled visitors is available at €16 per day.
  • One accompanying person is entitled to free admission. The accompanying person may be of any age. However, they must be able to help and accompany the disabled person.
  • Proof of identity will be required.
  • This rate is only available via our online ticketing service.

Moving around the lounge

  • Queuing: Each exhibitor is independent and reserves the right to give visitors access to its area according to its own priorities. However, anyone with a disability can make themselves known to the event teams so that they can try to give them priority access.
  • Visual: Visual markers will be placed high up inside the show and on the floor plans.
  • Presenters at the entrance to Hall 1 will be on hand to answer your questions and guide you.
  • Wider aisles to make your visit more comfortable.
Crowd of people in front of the PGW entrance
indication of the rest area at PGW

Services on offer

  • Rest room: a rest room will be available in Hall 1.
  • Braille maps: Braille maps will be available at the entrance to Hall 1 and on the "Jouez comme vous êtes" stand.
  • Deaf presenters will be on hand to welcome visitors who speak sign language.