Radeon RX Vega is on its way—but before that, we’re bringing it to you. We’re making a few stops to show it off in action: we’re packing up a few Radeon RX Vega GPUs and embarking on a mini community tour, and we’re hoping you join us!

At our stops, we’re setting up a Radeon RX Vega Experience area where you’ll be able to game on the upcoming graphics card and take in the experience, tradeshow-style.

The main reason for this tour is to host a meet-up: for all of us PC gamers to get together, play some games, chat and hang out. Just bring yourselves and your friends.

Radeon RX Vega at Akvárium Klub in Budapest, Hungary

Our first stop is Europe. We want to meet up with our fans in Budapest, Hungary, so we’ll be popping by on Tuesday, July 18 at the Akvárium Klub from 2 to 7 CET.

If you’re in Hungary, mark your calendars and meet up with us!

[Update] RSVP for the Budapest meet-up with the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/rx-gamer-talalkozo-budapesten-tickets-36122124246

Radeon RX Vega at PDXLAN in Portland, USA

After Budapest, we’re headed to PDXLAN in Portland, USA from July 21 to 23. We’ll be setting up a Radeon RX Vega area, mingling with all the gamers attending PDXLAN.

If you’re participating at PDXLAN, take a break with some Radeon gaming. Watch our social media channels for our location!

Finally, During SIGGRAPH 2017 in Los Angeles, USA

We know you’ve been waiting for Radeon RX Vega and we can’t wait to unveil it to you all.

Details on the Radeon RX Vega are coming during SIGGRAPH 2017, so you’ll want to pay attention to what’s happening during this technology summit taking place in the last week of July.

Here’s where you can follow us during our tour and SIGGRAPH for all details on the Radeon RX Vega:

Facebook – @Radeon
Twitter – @Radeon
Instagram – @WeAreRadeon

We’ll be blogging about our meet-ups, so come back to Radeon.com for updates and photos on our tour stops.

Annie Lee, Marketing and Communications Specialist for the Radeon Technologies Group at AMD. Her postings are her own opinions and may not represent AMD’s positions, strategies, or opinions. Links to third party sites and references to third party trademarks are provided for convenience and illustrative purposes only. Unless explicitly stated, AMD is not responsible for the contents of such links, and no third party endorsement of AMD or any of its products is implied.

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  • Brian Ehlers

    West coast only. Please consider the great Midwest.

  • Ryan Davis

    Very sad because pdxlan is sold out and I wanna see Vega in action 🙁

  • Hassan

    I can’t wait for these to come out. Over the years I’ve had a lot of Radeon cards. On the rare occasion, I’ve bought a Nvidia card just to return it due to various issue or being unhappy with it, only to replace it with a Radeon card that serves me well until the next one! I’ve had my R9 270x the longest of any video card I’ve ever had and this upgrade will be great!

  • William Bonnewell

    radeon bliss

  • John Skelley

    I am losing faith in Radeon. I need to know your releasing something that can at least beat what the competition put out last year.

  • MARS

    RX VEGA, I believe you have the ability to slash 1080Ti! Make Some Noise!

  • John K.

    I live on the east coast. While I am sure there are more PC gamers and enthusiasts on the west coast I can assure you that there are quite a few of us here as well, especially in central / northern VA and the Washington D.C. area.

    Please consider Richmond or Fairfax, VA as stops for your tour. It would be an honor and a privilege to have you here.

  • Navneethkrishnan

    Please consider having a launch event in Chennai, India

  • bilias

    where can I see the event today in Hungary?CANT WAIT!

  • Fabian N.

    What about a live stream of these events? I guess some people would like to watch this.

  • blazek_amdrt

    no mention of rx vega launching at siggraph, just more details…

  • David Foster

    Why not Montreal Canada?

  • N.Fleck

    I suppose Canada isn’t as important

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