Here's your preliminary E3 2011 exhibitors list

The ESA has an early list of companies signed up for floorspace at E3 2011

The Entertainment Software Association has an early list of companies signed up for floorspace at E3 2011. Here's who made the list:

* 505 Games

* Activision

* Advanced Micro Devices

* Atari

* Atlus U.S.A., Inc.

* Bethesda Softworks LLC

* Capcom Entertainment, Inc.

* Crave Games

* Disney Interactive Studios, Inc.

* Electronic Arts, Inc.

* Epic Games, Inc.

* Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

* LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC

* Majesco Entertainment Company

* Microsoft Corporation

* NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.

* Natsume, Inc.

* Nintendo of America, Inc.

* NVIDIA Corporation

* OnLive, Inc.

* Perfect World Entertainment

* Proximo Games

* Sega of America, Inc.

* Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.

* Sony Online Entertainment LLC

* Square Enix, Inc.

* Take-Two Interactive, Inc.

* THQ Inc.

* Trion Worlds, Inc.

* Ubisoft Entertainment

* Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.

By the way, the ESA tells us online registration is open for media and attendees. And if you're hoping to scalp a badge, think again: the ESA told Gamasutra that they won't be mailing out badges ahead of the show this year to curtail badge-selling.

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