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60,000 attendees in E3 06

Written by Matti Vähäkainu (Google+) @ 14 May 2006 23:15 User comments (4)

60,000 attendees in E3 06 The Los Angeles Convention Center was the stage for the year's biggest electronic entertainment event. This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo hosted a whopping over 60,000 attendees, including industry's leading professionals. With nearly 1.5 million visitors on the official new site,, this year's event adds to most exposure in E3 history, not only in Los Angeles but all over the world. This was the twelfth consecutive year for the Entertainment Software Association owned trade show, Electronic Entertainment Expo.
"E3 is the one and only venue where all of the world's leading interactive entertainment companies convene to launch the industry's next evolution," said Douglas Lowenstein, president of ESA, the association that owns E3, "E3 remains the most important gathering of interactive entertainment industry professionals on the planet, offering attendees unparalleled networking and business opportunities.", "the official virtual gateway to E3", received 1.5 million visitors from around the world, this being double to what the site received in E3 2005. featured E3 events live on the Internet, including DVD-quality video broadcasts, 360-degree tours, exhibitor news and more.


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4 user comments

116.5.2006 3:26

Wish I could have gone!

220.5.2006 18:24

Yeah me too....actually I wish even more that i could go AND be paid to do so..:P :P

321.5.2006 15:45

Yeah, I went and I was interviewed by some guys from! They said they do coverage every year of the show..and they gave me a 2005 DVD on the spot & said when they're done they'll give me a free copy of 2006 for being interviewed! You can order a copy of the DVD for real cheap here: I thought they were pretty cool , not to mention they had some hot girls around them...

421.5.2006 16:22

scammin00, that makes the booth's even better. LOL!

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