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Eurogamer Expo 2011 tickets go on sale

Wed 02 Mar 2011 11:30am GMT / 6:30am EST / 3:30am PST
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Tickets are now on sale for this year's Eurogamer Expo, taking place once again at Earls Court following a successful move to the London location in 2010.

An extra day has been added to the schedule as a result of strong demand, with dates set for September 22-25 - while prices are currently fixed at an early-bird rate of 8 for a full day.

Already signed up to support the event are Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, EA, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Namco Bandai, Konami, SEGA, THQ, Tecmo Koei and Capcom, with the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair and the Expo's popular developer sessions also set to make a return.

"This year's show is going to be epic," commented show director David Lilley. "Every year we have sold every ticket that we've made available and this year will be no different."

HMV will return as the retail partner for the event. For more information on sponsorship or exhibition opportunities, please contact David Lilley directly. Tickets are available from the official Expo website.

10 Comments

Glen Elliott Partner/Head of Sales, European Game League

57 2 0.0
Was a great event last year. Would make sure HMV pay up front though! Stock took another 20% dive yesterday due to renewed fears over not meeting banking covenants next month.

Posted:3 years ago

#1

Wesley Williams Quality Assurance

133 72 0.5
Had fun last year, but I'll be better prepared this year to make the most out of it. Need to travel light, get there early and hit as many stands as possible.

Posted:3 years ago

#2

Kevin Clark-Patterson Lecturer in Games Development, Lancaster and Morecambe College

294 27 0.1
I still don't see a Northern venue!

Why not Leeds or Manchester!!??

Posted:3 years ago

#3

Jordan Woodward Level Designer, Codemasters Birmingham

44 0 0.0
Always good fun, looking forward to this years expo.

Posted:3 years ago

#4

Wayne Gibson UK Marketing Manager for GameKrib.com

69 8 0.1
I really enjoyed last years Expo so cant wait for this year's event. I hope its gonna get bigger and better year on year.

Posted:3 years ago

#5

Josef Brett Animator

296 0 0.0
Hoping to go for more than one day this year, but even one day was knackering!

Great event though.

Posted:3 years ago

#6

Rupert Loman Founder & CEO, Gamer Network

139 45 0.3
Kevin: We just can't make it add up, unfortunately... and it's much easier to put on a great event if we focus all our efforts on a single venue rather than splitting across two.

Posted:3 years ago

#7

Private Industry

1,176 182 0.2
Nice the old ECTS place, consider passing by there.

Any predictions on running out of tickets? Don`t really like buying tickets half a year earlier and not knowing if I actually going to have time to go.

Posted:3 years ago

#8

Alec Hilton Studying BA Marketing and Advertising, University of the Arts London

2 0 0.0
I couldn't make it last year. So really looking forward to this year's one.

Posted:3 years ago

#9

James Fain Direct Business Consultant, Exponential E

3 0 0.0
I have been all three years and have loved all three!! My only concern was that last year I feel it missed out on something that was at the first two. As it was so much bigger, the concept of everyone getting a game and not having massive queues kind of went out of the window. I feel now that it has gone big time, it needs a huge event or show of some kind to keep people entertained, or something else to take it to the next level. Possibly try and get some keynote speakers??

Posted:3 years ago

#10

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