E3 2011 registration opens as exhibitors confirmed
Partial list includes big three and major publishers
Registration for the 2011 Electronic Entertainment Expo in LA has opened for attendees, with a partial list of exhibitors published today to entice visitors.
Included on the list are the three platform holders and all of the major publishers - as well as cloud-gaming service OnLive, which eschewed E3 in 2009 as being too retail focused.
"The E3 Expo is the global destination to experience the latest computer and videogames that will shape and define the high-tech consumer entertainment experience in the year ahead," said ESA CEO Michael D. Gallagher.
"Every leading computer and videogame company is participating and I look forward to welcoming thousands of attendees from around the world."
E3 takes place 7-9 June, 2011 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. Tickets, available from the event's website, are $400 (£258) until 25 April, and $500 (£322) afterwards. A full list of currently confirmed exhibitors is below.
- 505 Games
- Advanced Micro Devices
- Atlus U.S.A., Inc.
- Bethesda Softworks LLC
- Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
- Crave Games
- Disney Interactive Studios, Inc.
- Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Epic Games, Inc.
- Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
- LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC
- Majesco Entertainment Company
- Microsoft Corporation
- NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.
- Natsume, Inc.
- Nintendo of America, Inc.
- NVIDIA Corporation
- OnLive, Inc.
- Perfect World Entertainment
- Proximo Games
- Sega of America, Inc.
- Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
- Sony Online Entertainment LLC
- Square Enix, Inc.
- Take-Two Interactive, Inc.
- THQ Inc.
- Trion Worlds, Inc.
- Ubisoft Entertainment
- Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.