E for All Pricing Information Revealed to All

By Chris Remo, Apr 02, 2007 11:09am PDT Last month, magazine publisher and E for All Expo organizer IDG announced that Nintendo would be the premier sponsor of its upcoming consumer-level gaming event. This weekend, the company announced ticket pricing information for the event, which runs from October 18-21 and will be open to all members of the public. Starting June, prospective attendees may purchase tickets for October 18-19 for $45, October 20-21 for $65, or October 18-21 for $90. On site-pricing for the three tiers respectively is $50, $75, and $110.

IDG claims that its event allows the public "unprecedented access to the video game industry," presumably referring to those members of the public who have not created websites for the purpose of attending E3 in the past. The company has high hopes for the breadth of its customer base, claiming that those who should attend include "consumers..., media, software developers, buyers and retailers, programmers, distributors, entertainment industry representatives, financiers and venture capitalists, importers and exporters, manufacturers, resellers, researchers, educators, financial and industry analysts."

Along with demo kiosks of recently released and upcoming games, the event will feature tournaments, a Video Games Live concert performance, and the Into the Pixel game-inspired art exhibit.

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