More than 1,000 computer and video games and related products will make their debut at the 11th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo this year, according to exhibitor survey data released today by the show's owner, the Entertainment Software Association. The show, which is completely sold out, will host more than 400 of the world's leading interactive entertainment companies in more than 540,000 net square feet of exhibit space at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
"The more than one thousand products debuting at E3Expo 2005 are examples of the innovation and creativity that will drive industry growth in the coming year," said Douglas Lowenstein, president of the ESA, the trade association that represents U.S. computer and video game publishers and owns E3Expo.
The trade-only show is the premiere product launching pad for the global interactive entertainment industry. Survey results also show that consumers will not have to wait long to buy the products previewed at the event, as more than 4,000 (81 percent) of all products shown will be available on store shelves this holiday season.
It's certainly going to be an exciting time next month - stay fixed to NZGamer for all the latest from the Expo!