IDG World Expo's Mary Dolaher speaks with GamePro, explaining some of the finer points of the Entertainment for All Expo.
Earlier today, it was revealed that Nintendo would be signing up for the Entertainment for All Expo, which kicks off at the Los Angeles Convention Center on October 18th before ending on the 21st. To supplement the news, Gamepro caught up with Mary Dolaher, executive vice president of IDG World Expo, the group in charge of organizing the festivities. Here's what she had to say:
How many gamers are you currently anticipating to be in attendance at E for All?
"It's a little too early to tell, but at the moment, we're expecting figures of anywhere from 20,000 to 50,000. So far, the internet response on our website has been tremendous, with over 12,000 requests for information within the few weeks that we've made the initial announcement for the show.
Incidentally, for those looking to book tickets, we're also looking to add ticket registration to our website very soon. I'd really like to say it'll be ready by May 12th, but it will most likely be sometime in late May..."