The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is increasing its gaming focus this year, adding more than 50% more floor to the Gaming Showcase for 2010.

Every year, CES sets aside a little bit of its show floor for the Gaming Showcase, where game publishers and peripheral manufacturers can show off their latest wares, and the 2010 Gaming Showcase will be the biggest in CES history. 13,000 square feet of space has been set aside this year, with Microsoft and Sony making an appearance, along with DDR, Guillemot, Iron Will Creations, and the PC Gaming Alliance.


"We are thrilled to add the PC Gaming Alliance and Lego Universe to the 2010 Gaming Showcase, allowing 2010 CES attendees to experience cutting-edge products changing the gaming market," said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, events and conferences, CEA. "CES is the global hub for the latest gaming trends."

The 2010 International CES takes place January 7th through the 10th in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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