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[December 31, 2012]

ChinaJoy 2013 Launches On-site Advertising Sponsorship Recruitment

BEIJING --(Business Wire)--

The 11th ChinaJoy will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre on July 25-28, 2013. Since the initiation of booth reservation for the B To B Area and the B To C Area, the Organizing Committee has received inquires over 100 domestic and overseas enterprises. The Organizing Committee recently started the ChinaJoy 2013 on-site advertising sponsorship recruitment as well, with abundant advertising resources to help enterprises gain more exposure and build up impressive corporate images.

Click here to download ChinaJoy 2013 On-site Advertising Sponsorship Package:
http://www.chinajoy.net/Upload/2013/2013AD(EN).pdf

ChinaJoy 2012 attracted 449 creative companies from over 30 countries and regions in the world, with more than 1,200 PCs for demo and play on the show floor and 603 game products including online game, console game, Web game, mobile game, board game and digital entertainment hardware. The figures were far higher than the previous years. Previous on-site advertising sponsors included Tencent, ChangYou, Snail Games, Perfect World, Shanda, Unity3D, Yanlong, 766, Guangyu Games, UUZU, Kunlun Wanwei, AMD (News - Alert), Tian City, 07073, 265G, 52PK and 5173, which brought the visitors the latest and top game development achievements. The four-day ChinaJoy 2012 attracted a total of nearly 200,000 person-times of visitors. ChinaJoy 2012 measured a total exhibition area of 70,000 square meters, the largest in its history and making it Asia's largest and the world's top digital interactive entertainment exhibition.

Click here to download ChinaJoy 2012 Post-event Report:
http://www.chinajoy.net/Upload/2013/2012ChinaJoyPostEventReport.pdf


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