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Tokyo Game Show 2019 sets new record of 262,076 attendees

This past weekends' Tokyo Game Show set a new record for attendance with over 260,000 attendees.

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The 2019 Tokyo Game Show concluded this weekend, bringing in a record attendance rate for the popular Japan-based convention. During the show, over 262,076 people made their way through the various booths, stages, and other events happening during the conference.

TGS 2019 also saw a ton of great news and announcements, all of which you can check out in our Tokyo Game Show hub. This year’s show, which carried a theme of “One world. Infinite Joy” held 2,417 booths, all of which consisted of 655 different exhibitors. These booths covered a broad range of new games, service platforms, and even technology like smartphones, consoles, and PCs. In fact, a big part of the keynote discussed the impact of 5G on the game market, showcasing how the updated networks will help to push esports and other services like cloud gaming forward.

the show floor of Tokyo Game Show 2019

On top of setting a record attendance, the 2019 Tokyo Game Show also brought us tons of new information about games like Death Stranding, Nioh 2, and a slew of other great titles that we have to look forward to over the coming months. We will continue to keep our eyes on each of those games as the days count on, as we’re sure that the publishers will be showing off more and releasing more info as we move into the later months of the year.

We had our own team on the ground during this year’s Tokyo Game Show, so we can’t wait to share more about what they learned while on the scene. Make sure you follow Shacknews on Twitter to keep up with all of our latest content and be sure to head over to our Tokyo Game Show hub for all the announcements and news that came out of this weekend’s festivities.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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