EB Games Expo exhibitors announced

Gold Coast gaming expo partners and exhibitors announced in YouTube video

The EB Games Expo 2011 logo.

The EB Games Expo 2011 logo.

A YouTube video posted on the EB Games Expo Web site has announced the first round of exhibitors on show at the EB Expo 2011, as well as official partners.

The EB Games Expo aims to bring an E3-style gaming exhibition to Australia, showcasing games and technology to Australian gamers. It will be held on Queensland's Gold Coast, at the Gold Coast Convention Centre. The Expo will follow the already-running EB Vendor Show, an industry-only event, but will open the doors to the public with stalls, live demonstrations and displays. With 26 exhibitors just announced and more additions possible, the 2011 EB Games Expo will be the largest gaming exhibition ever staged in Australia.


2K Games — publisher of games like Duke Nukem Forever, Borderlands and Civilisation V.

Activision — developer and publisher of games including the Call of Duty series.

Bethesda — games developer best known for the Elder Scrolls series and recent Fallout titles.

Bluemouth Interactive — an Australian company specialising in console gaming accessories and strategy guides.

Capcom — a Japanese games house best known for the Resident Evil series, Street Fighter series and Dead Rising series of console video games.

Codemasters — an originally British game developer responsible for the DIRT and GRID racing series, as well as the classic Micro Machines.

Disney Interactive Studios — publisher of a wide variety of Disney-branded and Disney-inspired video games.

Electronic Arts — a US-based major games developer and publisher, with games series like Command and Conquer, Need For Speed, and various titles in the EA Sports series.

InComm — a company specialising in online game and digital cards.

Konami — a classic Japanese game developer with titles like Silent Hill, Metal Gear and Dance Dance Revolution.

Logitech — Manufacturer of gaming peripherals for PC and consoles like headphones, racing wheels and controllers.

MindScape — an Australian publisher of children's and family game titles, previously notable for Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing and Chessmaster.

Namco Bandai Partners — publisher of the Soul Calibur series and The Witcher 2.

Nintendo — a gaming giant responsible for the Wii and 3DS handheld game console, as well as many long-running gaming titles.

Parrot AR Drone — manufacturer of the iPhone-controlled Parrot AR Drone quadricopter.

Plantronics — headphone and headset manufacturer, with products including the GameCom series of PC gaming headphones.

PlayStation — massive multinational gaming company currently spruiking the PlayStation 3 games console, the upcoming NGP handheld, and many gaming titles.

PopCap — a game developer originally responsible for browser-based titles like Insaniquarium, now best known for Plants Vs. Zombies, Bejeweled and Peggle.

QV Software — an Australian publisher with titles like Aion, Rift and Guild Wars 2.

Razer — a gaming peripheral manufacturer with a wide range of headsets, mice, keyboards and mouse-mats aimed at hardcore gamers.

Sega — a long-running gaming company with previous hits like the Mega Drive, now responsible for titles like Shogun 2: Total War and the House of the Dead series.

Square Enix — a Japanese game developer with roots in the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest epics, now with titles like Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

THQ — a US-founded game developer and publisher known for the Red Faction series and the Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War video games.

Turtle Beach — a gaming peripheral manufacturer with high quality gaming headsets and PC sound card products.

Ubisoft — a French video game publisher responsible for the Assassin's Creed series, the Tom Clancy series of shooters and Splinter Cell sneakers.

Xbox — the Australian arm of Microsoft's Xbox gaming division, responsible for titles for the Xbox 360 game console.

Official Partners

Game Informer — a gaming news and reviews site.

GameSpot Australia — the Australian arm of the GameSpot gaming news and reviews site.

TLS — a creative producer and developer of the Save Point gaming television show.

Save Point — a brand new gaming television show on digital TV channel ONE.

2011 World Cyber Games — the recently re-invigorated Australian segment of the world's largest competitive gaming league.

According to the video, further partners will be announced soon. The EB Games Expo will be held on the Gold Coast on October 15 and 16. Tickets for the exhibition go on sale online and in EB Games stores on Thursday 2 June at 12PM AEST.

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