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Wednesday, 25 July 2007 19:07

GC 2007 in Leipzig expects 200,000 visitors

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Bigger then ever

 

According to Gameindustry.biz, this years Games Convention in Leipzig Exhibition Centre in Germany will be the biggest ever. Organisers are expecting over 200,000 people.

This number is compared to 60,000 that visited 2006 E3. This years Games Convention will run from August 23rd to 26th, with 115,000 square metres of both public and business areas.

"The GC is experiencing another growth spurt this year," said Leipzig Fair managing director Josef Rahmen. "Both the number of exhibiting companies and the individual presentation areas have clearly expanded over the last year."

GC 2007 will be opened from 9am to 6pm local time on Thursday (August 23rd) and Sunday (August 26th) and from 9am to 8pm on Friday and Saturday (August 24th/25th). The August 22nd will be reserved for the members of the press and industry.

 

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