LOS ANGELES -- With dramatic growth in attendance and several key product announcements, the second annual Electronic Entertainment Exposition, held here May 16 to 18, may have been a watershed event in the development of the interactive entertainment business. Attendance grew more than 40% from last year's show, from 40,851 to 57,795, according to a show spokesman. Having outgrown the space available in the Los Angeles Convention Center, E3 will move to Atlanta next year, June 19 to 21. The ...

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