E3 takes in 245 exhibitors, “robust” attendance

The Entertainment Software Association has revealed that this year’s E3 Expo has taken in over 245 exhibitors – 98 percent of them being companies that publish and develop video games.Topping that off, a “robust” amount of attendees have already registered to attend.

“The world is coming to the E3 Expo this June. With groundbreaking announcements expected from computer and video game publishers and developers, this year’s E3 Expo is going to be the main event for the entertainment industry in 2010,” said Michael D. Gallagher, president and CEO of the ESA, which represents U.S. computer and video game publishers and owns E3 Expo. “Major retailers, investor analyst firms, and media from the United States and over 60 countries are already committed to attending.”

Industry analyst Michael Pachter had his share to say on the upcoming event, as well.

“I expect the 2010 E3 to be one of the most exciting in years, with the type of impactful breaking news we have learned to expect from the show,” commented Michael Pachter, managing director, Equity Research at Wedbush Securities. “This year’s E3 will be the launching pad for hardware and software innovations that could change the industry for years.”

Check out the exhibitor list in full through this link.

E3 takes place June 15-17, 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention center. We’ll be there covering the show. You sit tight and let us bring you the good stuff.

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