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Friday, 10 June 2011 09:48

E3 not leaving L.A.

Written by David Stellmack
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Will be back June 5-7, 2012
Despite a number of ongoing rumors suggesting that E3 was planning to leave Los Angeles in the near future, we have confirmed that this is incorrect. E3 has a contract for the next couple of years that will see the convention continue at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Next year’s E3 show will be held June 5th thru June 7th, 2012 and will continue in the current format, despite suggestions that the format might be changed. The attendance for this year’s E3 event was 46,800 and it is said to have pumped over $25 million into the City of Los Angeles during this year’s event.

With numbers like that, we can’t see the City of Angels wanting to let E3 leave anytime soon.


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