Big 3 lead E3 2011 exhibitor list

Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony lead list of 92 companies showing their wares in LA from June 7-9; registration now open.

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The Entertainment Software Association, organizers of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, has released the initial list of exhibitor's for this year's event. Some 92 companies large and small will be showing their wares at the event, ranging from the "Big 3"-- Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony--to smaller companies such as developer Behaviour (formerly A2M) and Telltale Games. The list also includes media outlets covering and exhibiting at the event, such as GameSpot. The number of exhibitors is not final and may increase as the event nears.

Sony is one of 92 companies that will be exhibiting at E3 2011.
Sony is one of 92 companies that will be exhibiting at E3 2011.

The release of the list coincides with the opening of online registration for E3 2011. Qualifying members of the game industry can sign up for admittance, as can members of the media. Unlike in years past, media badges will not be mailed out, but rather picked up at the Los Angeles Convention Center. According to Gamasutra, the move was done in part to crack down on the scalping and forging of badges.

The exact attendance number of E3 2011 won't be known until the expo runs from June 7-9. However, the event has grown since switching back to a large-event format in 2009, when 41,000 developers, analysts, investors, journalists, and retailers turned out at the LACC. Last year, that number increased to 45,600 attendees from some 90 countries.

E3 2011 EXHIBITOR LIST

505 Games
Activision
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Alienware
Atari
Atlus USA
Atomic Accessories
Behaviour
Bethesda Softworks LLC
BGRMODS
Bigben Interactive
Blitz Games Studios
Brady Games
Calibur11
Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
CCP Games
CE Projekt RED
Chetu Inc.
City Interactive
Crave Games
Creative Mind Interactive
CTA Digital
Disney Interactive Studios
dreamGEAR
dtp Entertainment AG
DVA, Inc.
DXT, Inc.
Electronic Arts
Epic Games, Inc.
Exspect
Future Games Group
G4 Media, Inc.
Gaikai
GameSpot
Gamigo Inc.
Gazillion Entertainment
Gioteck
High Voltage Software, Inc.
Hyperkin
IGN.com
InComm
Infernal Engine
Innex Video Game Accessories
Interworks
Jack of All Games, A Division of Synnex Corporation
Kalypso Media Group
Konami Digital Entertainment
Left Behind Games, Inc.
LucasArts
Machinima.com
Mad Catz
Majesco Entertainment
Microsoft
Namco Bandai Games America, Inc.
Natsume, Inc.
Nintendo of America, Inc.
Nox Audio
NVIDIA Corporation
Nyko Technologies
OnLive, Inc.
Paradox Interactive
Parature
Parrot
PDP
Perfect World Entertainment
Playseat
Power A
Prima Games
Proximo Games
R.D.S. Industries Inc.
Sapphire Technology
Sega of America, Inc.
Seven45 Studios
Sony Computer Entertainment America
Sony DADC
Sony Online Entertainment
Square Enix, Inc.
Storm City Games
Taiwan Pavilion
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
Tecmo Koei America Corporation
Telltale Games
THQ
Trion Worlds, Inc.
Turtle Beach
UBIFRANCE
Ubisoft Entertainment
Virtuos
Wargaming.net LLP
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Zhongguancun Science Park
Zoo Publishing

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