DNA Dynamics, Inc to Exhibit at E3 in June
LONDON, May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — DNAD Dynamics, Inc (PK: DNAD) announces today that it has signed the paperwork to take space at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo which is to be held in Los Angeles in June 2011.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, commonly known as E3, is an annual trade show for the computer and video games industry presented by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). It is used by many video game developers to show off their upcoming games and game-related hardware. DNA Dynamics will be there to showcase its latest games and technology.
Ed Blincoe, CEO of DNA Dynamics, commented, “E3 is one of the major events on the videogames calendar with all the major publishers and developers in attendance. We will be showcasing the quality and flexibility of the Slam Engine along with our upcoming titles and back catalogue, our expertise and wealth of experience speaks for itself and we’re looking to impress any potential clients visiting the stand. We’ve got a modest budget this year to see what the reaction from the market will be, but I fully anticipate these kind of exhibitions being a large part of our approach to the market in the future.”
He continued, “Having seen the reaction we received at the Game Developer Conference in March, we decided to actually exhibit rather than just arrange strategic meetings. I believe it will pay off.”
DNA Dynamics, Inc recently announced that it had reduced the Authorized Share Capital from 950m to 350m in an effort to assure shareholder value and to build in a solid base upon which the company can grow.
About DNAD Dynamics, Inc:
The wholly owned subsidiary of DNAD, Appache Mobile, is a publisher of games and Apps for mobile and tablet devices. Established in 2010 Appache Mobile develops and acquires new and recently published games for iOS and Android devices.
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