Tickets for Britain's biggest public event for gamers go on sale at expo.eurogamer.net
For Immediate Release
Brighton, England, 22 April 2010. Eurogamer, Europe's leading independent games media specialist, has launched the 2010 Eurogamer Expo website and officially opened its doors for business. 20,000 tickets are available now for just?8 each, making the event open to even more of Britain's gamers than in previous sell-out years.
Taking place from 1st - 3rd October at Earls Court's Brompton Hall, Britain's biggest public videogaming event will offer gamers the opportunity to play this year's biggest and best titles even before they hit the shops.
Day tickets will enable players to enjoy up to eight hours of hands-on gaming, attend developer sessions given by some of the world's premier development talent, participate in multiplayer tournaments, explore the curiosities of the indie arcade, discuss videogaming employment opportunities at the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair, grab some gaming goodies at the HMV on-site store and much more.
"Tickets going on sale starts the countdown to what's set to be another fantastic Eurogamer Expo," said Rupert Loman, Managing Director at Eurogamer. "With the wealth of support we continue to receive from first- and third-party publishers, the development community and the 4.5 million Eurogamer readers, 2010 is set to be our best year yet. "
Full details of the stellar 2010 Expo line-up of gaming and development talent will be issued over the coming months, and more details can be found at the official Expo site.
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About Eurogamer Network:
Founded in 1999 by brothers Rupert and Nick Loman, Brighton-based Eurogamer Network is the publisher of Europe's most popular independent videogames website, Eurogamer.net. The company also publishes a video site, Eurogamer TV, and a social network for gamers, Eurogamers. Eurogamer is available in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish and Romanian editions. Other sites operated under the Eurogamer Network include digital download service GetGamesGo, the world's market-leading industry resource, GamesIndustry.biz and Megaton.co.uk - the videogaming website for kids who love to love games. Additionally, the company operates live events including the Eurogamer Expo and the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair. More information about the Eurogamer Network can be found at www.eurogamer.biz.