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IDG Announces E For All Expo Ticket Pricing

IDG World Expo, organizers of the consumer oriented Entertainment for All Expo (E for All) has announced the ticket prices, including a $90 four-day pass, for its upcoming event, scheduled to take place on October 18-21, 2007 at the Los Angeles Convention

Jason Dobson

April 2, 2007

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Officials from IDG World Expo, organizers of the Entertainment for All Expo (E for All) have announced the ticket prices for the upcoming event, scheduled to take place on October 18-21, 2007 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and the LA Live/Nokia Theatre. Tickets for the four day event will go on sale in June. Advanced tickets for Thursday and Friday will cost $45 and Saturday and Sunday will cost $65, while $90 will secure a four day pass to the expo. As expected, registering on site will carry slightly higher prices, with Thursday and Friday costing $50, Saturday and Sunday costing $75, and $110 being asked for the four day pass. Although primarily a consumer event, the expo is seen as a partial replacement for the now significantly downsized E3 event, which also traditionally took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center – albeit in May and intended for press and trade visitors only. Last week event organizers confirmed that Nintendo of America had signed up as an “anchor exhibitor” for the upcoming show, which is billed as primarily a consumer event, while Gamasutra also recently revealed that both Nintendo and Sony had agreed to support the event with a significant floor presence. Sony has not yet officially announced what its presence at the show will entail, while Microsoft's level of support for the event remains unknown. As well as providing opportunities for consumers to play new and upcoming games, E for All Expo will also offer video game tournaments, job fair/networking opportunities and the Video Games Live concert. The expo has been endorsed by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), and other key sponsors are expected to be announced in the coming months.

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