|DigitalLife added a significant gaming presence in 2005, highlighted by the launch of Lucas Arts' Star Wars Battlefront II and a $100,000 video game tournament. This year the line-up of games and game publishers establishes DigitalLife as the pre-eminent gaming event in the United States.|
Electronic Arts, Microsoft Game Studios, Square Enix, SEGA, Red Octane, Ubisoft, Konami, THQ, Vivendi (Sierra Entertainment) and GameTap are just some of the publishers that have thrown their support behind the event. DigitalLife will feature dozens of new and unreleased games, alongside some of the hottest titles in the market for this year's holiday season.
"DigitalLife will be a video gamer's paradise," said Paul O'Reilly, Vice President, Ziff Davis. "We will have hundreds of gaming stations in custom-built pavilions, with the latest equipment and high-definition graphics throughout. The show is specifically designed for consumers to test-drive the games and be part of the action, guaranteeing a spectacular four days."
This year's event will also play host to the largest gathering of professional and amateur gamers ever held in the United States. As well as DigitalLife's $100,000 Pro Am Video Gaming Tournament, the show will also feature Boost Mobile's MLG Pro Circuit Playoffs, and tournaments for F.E.A.R. Combat, Dance Dance Revolution, Guitar Hero II, and American Idol by Konami.
As in previous years, DigitalLife is headlined by a record-breaking number of top consumer electronics, entertainment, and internet brands. Microsoft, HP, Intel, Toshiba, Sony, Ask.com, Best Buy, Kodak, Dell, ESPN, eBay, Palm and TiVo lead an exhibitor line-up showcasing HDTVs, digital cameras, cell phones, MP3 players, the latest PCs and notebooks, and all the hottest products and services to transform your digital life.