Organisers the Entertainment Software Association has released the full list of exhibitors, and all the big hitters are on there – including LucasArts, which left the ESA shortly before the weekend.
The full list reads:
A - M
1UP Network; Akella; Atari Inc.; Bethesda Softworks; Capcom USA Inc.; Crave Entertainment; Codemasters; D3Publisher of America; Deep Silver; Disney Interactive Studios, Inc.; Electronic Arts; Eidos Interactive; Fox Interactive Media; Indie Games; Jagex, Ltd.; Konami Digital Entertainment America; LucasArts; Majesco Entertainment Company; Microsoft Corporation; Midway Games, Inc.; MTV Games;
N - Z
Namco Bandai Games America, Inc.; Natsume, Inc.; Nintendo of America Inc.; Novint Technologies, Inc.; Nyko Technologies; Rebellion; SEGA of America, Inc.; Serious Games Initiative; Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc.; Sony Online Entertainment Inc.; Southpeak Interactive; Square Enix USA; Take-Two Interactive; Tecmo; THQ Inc.; Toshiba America Information Systems; Ubisoft Entertainment Inc.; Valve Software; and, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment Inc.
Organisers said they were also expecting additional companies to sign-on.
“Clearly companies and attendees value what the E3 Summit offers that nobody else can—a professional and efficient experience conducive to getting the business of the video game industry done, “ said Gallagher. “This continued support validates the Summit and is a testament to both the high level of interest and the important role it plays in our industry.”