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"Entertainment for All" Expo Comes to LA

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Attention all gamers: Guess what, there’s a new video game expo in town. No, I’m not talking about the enormously underwhelming downsized version of E3, but an aptly titled “E for All” convention. Amidst the drug-infused connotations of the show's title, E for All will be a more consumer-based spectacle geared directly towards nerdy and sexy gamers alike.

From the E for Allwebsite:

“Entertainment for All™ Expo (E for All) is the event for people like you with a passion for video games and interactive entertainment, who want to test-drive all the latest games and gadgets before you buy them. This new event offers that opportunity, and then some. Other offerings include social and professional networking opportunities, game stages, the acclaimed Video Games Live concert, and the World Series of Video Games.”

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And while I’m sure a healthy dose of stimulants would be rather entertaining among the lights and sounds of a video game convention, E for All sounds like it could have some great potential for bringing more gaming press to LA.

Coming our way October 18-21, 2007 at the LA Convention Center.

Photo taken from Entertainment for All website

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