• 04Jun

    Plan now for E3 2010

    E3 2009

    E3 2009

    E3 2009 was not only bigger than last year, but in many ways it was better. Our feet hurt, we have tons to write, the crowds made it difficult to get hands-on time with some games, but the positives outweigh the negatives. E3 2009 brought a sense of excitement and buzz that has been missing from the last two years. Members of the media were talking in the halls excitedly about what they had just seen. The most asked question was, “What is your favorite game from E3?” That dialogue was missing from the past two years.

    That excitement creates a buzz that helps the game industry as a whole. Someone walking through E3 would never guess that the US is in a recession because companies are still innovating and coming up with great games.

    The Entertainment Software Association announced that 2010 E3 Expo will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center. E3 2009 had over 41,000 attendees from 78 countries.

    “We are pleased that this year’s E3 Expo was so successful for our members and exhibitors in terms of sales, business development and profile-building,” said Michael D. Gallagher, president and CEO of the ESA, the trade association that represents U.S. computer and video game publishers and owns the E3 Expo. “E3 Expo is truly the world stage and spotlight that the interactive entertainment industry has earned as a leader in entertainment. We are looking forward to building on this great momentum for 2010.”

    I know we’ll be there for GamingAngels.com with a few more staff and more coverage. My birthday is around that time and we’ll definitely have an Angels and Vixens party in 2010.

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15 comments
Lily
Lily

I'm attending the E3 Expo again this year. To those that are wondering, tickets cannot be purchased by the general public. My registration was just confirmed this past week as well as my boyfriends. I'm able to possibly get 3-4 people in... none of my friends want to go, and so I'm looking for people that really want to attend. I'm being upfront here...I'm looking to make some money off the access I've been granted. I'm looking to make about $350 per badge. As the Director of a game distribution company, I should be able to guarantee a few people registration. If your registration does not get confirmed, then I'm refunding people's money (through paypal of course, no cash).

It's not a scam or anything, I'm just honestly looking for a few people that want that once in a lifetime opportunity.

(Registration confirmation is emailed after 2 weeks of receiving appropriate documentation. The actual badges will be mailed after May 17th, and you'll have to present your drivers license at the convention center to pick up your badge holder).

If anyone is interested, or if you know of anyone who is interested, let me know.

Lily
Lily

I'm attending the E3 Expo again this year. To those that are wondering, tickets cannot be purchased by the general public. My registration was just confirmed this past week as well as my boyfriends. I'm able to possibly get 3-4 people in... none of my friends want to go, and so I'm looking for people that really want to attend. I'm being upfront here...I'm looking to make some money off the access I've been granted. I'm looking to make about $350 per badge. As the Director of a game distribution company, I should be able to guarantee a few people registration. If your registration does not get confirmed, then I'm refunding people's money (through paypal of course, no cash).It's not a scam or anything, I'm just honestly looking for a few people that want that once in a lifetime opportunity.(Registration confirmation is emailed after 2 weeks of receiving appropriate documentation. The actual badges will be mailed after May 17th, and you'll have to present your drivers license at the convention center to pick up your badge holder).If anyone is interested, or if you know of anyone who is interested, let me know.

Brandon Warren
Brandon Warren

If I'm a photojournalist what credentials do I need to get in. Or do I just need my camera?

Jack
Jack

they were selling E3 2009 3 day passes for $500 (crazy!..... but worth it) its still on there site (10/12/2009)

Rick James
Rick James

I was planning to attend E3 in 2010. But does anyone know where you go to get tickets?

Marc
Marc

i was searching on how to get tickets to e3 2010 but didnt you know? e3 is allowing the public to attend E3 again.

MKXPERT4091
MKXPERT4091

What does it take to get tickets? I'd love to go to e3 2010.

Yukino
Yukino

I am NOT missing out next year, that is for sure! =)

MGSROCKS1
MGSROCKS1

Whatever it takes, I'm definitely going to attend next E3.

heroswitch
heroswitch

im interested for the ticket if you have two or three even better let me know if you can do so

kurt2134
kurt2134

I know your offer is from a month ago so I'm guessing you already gave away the extras?

GamingAngel
GamingAngel

Basically to get in you have to be press. But I am hoping to get a pass to give away on GamingAngels.com next year! Wouldn't it be fun to have reader impressions at E3?

KagoMegan
KagoMegan

One thing is for sure, there is no way that I'm going to be working around work during E3 2010. I'm taking a nice, week long vacation so I can get as much covered as possible. This year is a step up and I'd like to see it continue. My favorites of the show are always Into the Pixel and Indiecade.

Look for the Indiecade coverage soon!

~Meg

KagoMegan
KagoMegan

One thing is for sure, there is no way that I'm going to be working around work during E3 2010. I'm taking a nice, week long vacation so I can get as much covered as possible. This year is a step up and I'd like to see it continue. My favorites of the show are always Into the Pixel and Indiecade.Look for the Indiecade coverage soon!~Meg

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