E for All adds Gaming Bootcamp to event lineup
E for All
E for All today announced new program additions to its 2008 event.
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Gaming Bootcamp: Learn from the Pros: This year, on Saturday, October 4th at 11:30am and at 2:30pm, E for All will host two on-site Bootcamps open to all show attendees* to provide an introduction on the world of video games from basic how-to's to gaming terms to what’s new and next in games. The meeting place will be at the Education Zone, Booth # 701. Led by video game professional Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel, Chris Morell from GamePro magazine and Trina Schwimmer, CEO/Chief Editor of GamingAngels.com, the program offers expert hands-on instruction including tips, techniques and tactics for gaming via PC, console or mobile devices to gamers of all levels. In addition, as part of the program, the pros will lead show floor tours for Bootcamp participants.
*Please note: Registration will be limited, so those interested in attending this free event should reserve their space right away by e-mailing email@example.com.
Ubisoft: A leading producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment products worldwide, Ubisoft will preview two of its fall releases at E for All. E for All show attendees will be able to test drive Far Cry 2 and Tom Clancy's End War before they are able to buy them later this year. The game previews will be available at the Ubisoft booth (#743) at E for All starting October 3, 2008, when the show opens.
Los Angeles Unified School District: On Friday October 3, 2008, up to 600 Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) high-school students will participate in the E for All Education Zone. At the all-new Education Zone, where participating students will obtain a deeper understanding of video games and how they can be incorporated into their future careers, speakers – including Fatal1ty – will describe their experience with video games and ways to break into the industry. The students will visit E for All in two groups, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
World Cyber Games National Game Tournament: In addition to these new programs, and as previously announced, E for All will also be hosting the World Cyber Games USA 2008 National Video Game Tournament. The tournament will feature 200 of America's very best players who will compete for the rare chance to make TEAM USA and represent the United States at the WCG 2008 Grand Final, to be held in Cologne, Germany, November 5-9, 2008. The WCG's Grand Final is the culmination of the world's largest video game tournament.