Tokyo Game Show 2024 exhibitors list and latest details announced

Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association has announced the latest updates on Tokyo Game Show 2024, including the list of exhibitors. Among the list of exhibitors is Sony Interactive Entertainment, which will exhibit the the Chiba-based expo for the first time since 2019.

Get the details below.

■ Tokyo Game Show 2024 Official Website for Visitors Unveiled Today, As Well as the List of Exhibitors (as of July 4)

As of July 4, 731 exhibitors, including 448 from Japan and 283 from overseas, will be participating in Tokyo Game Show 2024. The event will be held on the largest-ever scale and will host a total of 3,190 exhibition booths, exceeding last year’s record in Tokyo Game Show history. The official website will reveal the list of exhibitors, ticket information, programs hosted by organizers, and more.

  • General Exhibition Area
  • Smartphone Game Area
    • 9YOU.COM
    • AIQVE ONE
    • Apeiron
    • Bounty Hunters
    • Century Game
    • ElEngine
    • Fantasy Space
    • Google Play
    • Joy Mobile Network
    • JR East Marketing & Communications
    • M-terrace
    • Neconome
    • Riseup Labs
    • RNE
    • Shangri-La Frontier Production committee
    • SPARK NEXA
    • Starward
    • Tree of Savior: Neverland
    • Ujoy Games
    • X.D. Global
    • XREAL Japan
  • Gaming Hardware Area
    • Aiuto
    • AndGAMER
    • AULA Japan
    • Best One
    • BIGBIG WON
    • Brook Gaming
    • Cleer
    • CRI Middleware / PIONEER
    • Dongguan 3e Electronics dotcom Japan
    • eXtremeRate & HexGaming
    • FACESEC & PHYSCE
    • Fermat
    • Fnatic Gear
    • FOSTEX / Foster Electric
    • GPD Game Console (TENKU)
    • Hanvon Ugee Technology (XPPen)
    • Host No.4 Technology (Chengdu)
    • I-O DATA DEVICE
    • KARNOX
    • moimate
    • MouseComputer
    • Moza Racing
    • MSI
    • NB Ergonomic
    • Nexiconn Technology
    • OJ Japan
    • ONEXPLAYER
    • Shenzhen Guli Tech
    • Shenzhen Honcam Technology
    • Shenzhen KTC Technology
    • TOPRE
    • Western Digital
  • Gaming Lifestyle Area
    • BFP
    • Gifu Plastic Industry
    • Hamee IKEA
    • Kawakamisangyou
    • Livlanmind
    • Media Integration
    • Miyaji Shokai
    • Nitori
    • Nitto
    • Sterling
    • Wilby
  • Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality Area
    • bHaptics
    • FORUM8
    • Fun2 Studio
    • Gatebox
    • Grounding
    • IntoFree
    • Japan Electronics College ProjectVR
    • Pimax
    • Player One
    • Tom Create
    • VGC
    • VR Imaginators
  • eSports Area
    • Japan e-Motorsport Organization
    • PCCS
    • Qube
    • Reject
    • Sinra Gaming
    • Temahima
    • Wallhack
  • Game Academy Area
    • Aichi Institute of Technology
    • Akademeia 21st Century
    • Amusement Media Academy / Osaka Amusement Media Academy
    • ARS Computer College
    • Arts College Yokohama
    • Aso Pop Culture College
    • Bunkyo University
    • Chuo Institute of Information and Design College
    • Clark Memorial International High School CLARK NEXT Tokyo
    • Computer College Nagoya
    • DoCarrier
    • ECC College of Computer and Multimedia
    • EHIME Prefectural Matsuyama Minami High School Tobe Branch
    • Higashi-Nihon Design & Computer College Hokkaido Computer School
    • Hokkaido Cyber Creator Professional Training College Hokkaido Information University
    • Human Academy
    • Induk University
    • International Information & Engineering Automobile College
    • Iwasaki Gakuen
    • Japan Electronics College
    • Kanagawa Institute of Technology
    • Kawahara College of Electronics and Business
    • Kinki Computer & Electronics College
    • Kokusai Riko College
    • Kokusai Denshi Business Technical School
    • Kyushu Computer College Fukuoka / Kitakyushu / Oita / Kagoshima
    • Kyushu Sangyo University
    • Mirai Business College of Vocation
    • Nagoya Kogakuin College
    • Nihon Kogakuin College / Tokyo University of Technology
    • Niigata Computer College
    • Niigata High Technology College
    • Numazu Professional Training College of Business and Information Technology
    • Okayama Information College
    • Osaka Electro-Communication University
    • Osaka Institute of Technology Information Science and Technology
    • Osaka Sogo College of Design
    • Ota Information & Business College
    • Renaissance High School Group
    • Sagami Woman University
    • Shobi University
    • Shohoku College
    • Shonan Institute of Technology
    • SIT X-Tech(Shonan Institute of Technology)
    • Tohoku Computer College
    • Tokyo Cool Japan Academy
    • Tokyo Jitsugyo High School
    • Tokyo University of Information Sciences
    • Toyama Information Business Vocational school
    • Toyo Institute of Art and Design
    • Trident College of Information Techonology
    • Vantan Game Academy
    • Waseda-Bunri College of Arts & Sciences
  • Indie Game Area
  • Selected Indie 80
  • Merchandise Sales Area
    • AI PikattoAnime
    • Algernonproduct
    • Azumaker
    • Battlestate Games
    • Caitac Family
    • Canbe (Somsoc Gallery)
    • Capcom
    • CELLORB
    • COSPA
    • ensky
    • Fangamer
    • Fnatic Gear (ASK)
    • Games Glorious
    • GeekShare
    • GRAPHT
    • Happinet
    • InfoLens
    • Insert Coin
    • Koei Tecmo Games
    • Kojima Productions
    • L-TEK
    • matsumoto shoji
    • Medialink
    • PlayVital
    • Pocketpair
    • Qiddiya Gaming
    • Sankei Digital
    • Sanwa Desnhi
    • SEGA
    • Square Enix
    • Torch Torch
    • TOYPLA
    • Zeta Division
  • Family Game Area
    • Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
    • Benesse Corporation
    • Capcom
    • Happinet
    • Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
    • moze
    • Samsung SSD
    • SEGA / ATLUS
    • Sony Interactive Entertainment
    • Square Enix
    • THQ Nordic
    • TVgame magazine
    • UNI-TY
  • Business Solution Area
    • Yakubo
    • 4Tale Production
    • 7KINGDOM
    • Adia Digital Art
    • Aiming Taiwan Branch
    • AIQVE ONE
    • AKA Virtual
    • Alibaba Cloud
    • Alpha CRC
    • Appier Group
    • AQUASTAR
    • beyond
    • Bird Fab Studio
    • BlasTrain
    • Brushup
    • CGKINGLAND
    • Checkout.com
    • Cloud Ace
    • Creative Companies Association of Moldova
    • Creative House Pocket
    • CRI Middleware
    • Cynra
    • DH
    • Diarkis
    • DICO
    • Digital Garage
    • Digital Gear
    • Digital Stacks / Digital.ai Software
    • Digital Works Entertainmen
    • Digitalog Technologies
    • DynaComware
    • ECI Games
    • Ei Force Tech
    • Epsilon Software FastSpring
    • FINE
    • G-angle
    • GIANTY
    • Gyeonggi Content Agency
    • HELTEC
    • Hitachi Systems
    • IMAGICA GEEQ
    • Incredibuild Japan
    • InMobi
    • ITOCHU Cable Systems
    • IWATA
    • JOCDN
    • kagoshima isa city
    • Kagoshima Prefecture (Kagoshima Regional Promotion Bureau) Keywords Studios
    • Kumamoto Prefecture / Digital Art Amakusa (Amakusa City) Lan-bridge
    • Lapin
    • Lenovo Japan
    • Levtech
    • Linkworld International
    • Lionbridge Games
    • Lokum Games
    • Make Will
    • Malaysia External Trade Development (Matrade)
    • Megaxus Infotech
    • MetAI
    • Mie Translation Services
    • MIRAISENS
    • Mirrativ
    • monoAI technology
    • MyDearest
    • Myriashue
    • NAVER Cloud
    • Nippon Television Network
    • NOKOV Motion Capture
    • OPTAGE
    • Original Force
    • Outbrain Japan
    • PingCAP
    • Playio
    • Plott
    • Pole To Win
    • Pole To Win Vietnam
    • Purmoe Design Lab
    • Rayking Game
    • RICOH Industrial Solutions
    • Salt Sound Studio
    • Samsung R&D Institute Japan
    • Scenario Technology Mikagami Seoul Business Agency (SBA)
    • Shachihata
    • Sheer Tianyi Technology
    • Shinwork Technology
    • Shockbyte
    • Speech Graphics
    • Spicemart
    • StirSystem
    • Stream Hatchet
    • Sunbird
    • SunFlare
    • TAITRA
    • TENBEN
    • TenjoyJapan
    • ThikingData
    • Tokyo Cartographic
    • Too
    • Totani Translations
    • TYRADS
    • ULTRA-XAP
    • V
    • Well-Link Tech
    • Winking Studios WitOne
    • Wovn Technologies
    • Wrike Japan
    • Xsolla
    • Yokosuka City
    • YYSTV Media & Video Game Museum
    • Zenlayer
  • AI Technology Pavilion
    • Drecom
    • Elith
    • Equinix Japan
    • HechicerIA
    • OVOMIND
    • SilverStarJapan
    • Techno-Speech
    • Ubitus
    • ZEAL
  • Business Meeting Area

■ Details for Public Day Ticket Sales for International Visitors Announced

One-day tickets and Tokyo Game Show Supporters Club tickets for international visitors to enter on Public Days, September 28 and September 29, will be available for sale from 12:00 JST on July 25. Due to increasing venue operation and management costs, Tokyo Game Show has updated the entrance fees for Public Days. Junior high schoolers and younger children can enter for free on Public Days. For more details, please see below.

List of Tickets to Enter on Public Days (For International Visitors)

  • September 28
    • Supporters Club Ticket – 6,000 yen
    • One-day Ticket (Junior high schoolers or older) – 3,000 yen
  • September 29
    • Supporters Club Ticket – 6,000 yen
    • One-day Ticket (Junior high schoolers or older) – 3,000 yen

Supporters Club Ticket (fixed-day premium ticket with benefits)

  • Sales will start at noon on Thursday, July 25 JST.
    • *Ticket sales will cease once all tickets are sold out.
    • *For the priority entrance benefit using a Supporters Club Ticket, accompanying children who are in elementary school or younger also need to enter with a Supporters Club Ticket.
  • Special Benefits:
    • Tokyo Game Show 2024 Supporters Club Ticket Special T-shirt and Sticker
    • Priority entrance on Public Day

One-day Ticket (fixed-day ticket)

  • September 28 Ticket: Sold from July 25 at 12:00 JST to September 28 at 15:30 JST
  • September 29 Ticket: Sold from July 25 at 12:00 JST to September 29 at 15:00 JST
    • *Ticket sales will cease once all tickets are sold out.

■ Ticket Sales Details for Business Days Announced

Tokyo Game Show 2024 secures September 26 and 27 as Business Days for visitors looking for new business opportunities in the gaming industry and offers an environment to facilitate meetings among trade visitors. Business Days are open only for the guests of exhibitors and Business Day pass holders.

To purchase a Business Day Pass, you must go through the pre-screening process to prove that you are a member of the game industry. Only those who passed our screening process are eligible to visit Tokyo Game Show 2024 on Business Days.

Moreover, students under 18 are NOT allowed to enter on a Business Day. Visitors are also asked NOT to accompany preschoolers, including toddlers or babies, to the venue on Business Days.

Business Day Pass will go on sale from July 30 and is available in two types: general Business Day Ticket (11,000 yen including tax) and GOLD Pass with benefits including access to an exclusive business lounge (27,500 yen including tax.) For more details, please visit the official website.

■ Call for Entries to Join Tokyo Game Show as Influencers Will Start on August 2

Tokyo Game Show 2024 will invite influencers who post their game commentary and other videos on online video sharing sites or social media to attend the exhibition on Business Day to share information about the Exhibition with a broader audience. Call for entries and pre-registration on the dedicated registration website will start on August 2. Those who are eligible to join this project are “Guest Influencers” invited by Tokyo Game Show exhibitors, offices, or MCNs. Other registrants categorized as “General Influencers” need over 30,000 subscribers or followers for their single social media channel or over 50,000 subscribers or followers for their multiple social media channels. General Influencers must apply in advance and go through the screening process by the Tokyo Game Show secretariat to receive approval to participate in the Exhibition.

Moreover, Tokyo Game Show 2024 will again set up the Creator Lounge with YouTube’s support. This dedicated area will help influencers disseminate the latest updates at the venue, including playing trial versions of new games and experiencing new products.

*Guest Influencers can visit Tokyo Game Show 2024 from September 26 and General Influencers from September 27.
*General Influencers will be required to pay the registration fee of 1,100 yen (including tax) per person.

■ 80 Indie Game Titles Picked for “Selected Indie 80”

Selected Indie 80 (ex-Selected Exhibit) is a free exhibition project for indie game developers, which has been held every year at Tokyo Game Show since 2013. The project continues to receive an increasing number of entries and received a record-breaking number of 973 entries this year. After the screening, 80 titles were picked to exhibit at Selected Indie 80 (Details of these titles will be unveiled on the Tokyo Game Show official website on August 2.)

Selected Indie 80 and other indie game projects at Tokyo Game Show 2024, including the pitch event for innovative game ideas, “Sense of Wonder Night,” to be held in the presence of audiences for the first time in five years, are made possible with the support of following sponsors. Counting down to this year’s exhibition, the Tokyo Game Show official website and streaming programs will introduce indie game titles, a treasure trove of unique ideas, and create a platform to spotlight them. Don’t miss this great opportunity. * The finalists who will make presentations at Sense of Wonder Night will be announced in mid-September.

Sponsors for Indie Game Project

  • Platinum Sponsors: Sony Interactive Entertainment / Nintendo / KODANSHA GAME CREATOR’S Lab.
  • Gold Sponsors: Happinet / PLAYISM
  • Silver Sponsor: iGi indie Game incubator
  • Device Sponsor: ELSA Japan

■ Monster Energy, YouTube, and Cybozu Will Support Tokyo Game Show 2024 as Special Sponsors

Tokyo Game Show 2024 Special Sponsors are Monster Energy, YouTube, and Cybozu.

Monster Energy is a globally sold energy drink that was introduced in the US in 2002. The brand actively supports the gaming world, as well as motorsports, action sports, and music scenes. This marks the twelfth year of their support for Tokyo Game Show as an official energy drink partner.

Furthermore, YouTube will also continue to sponsor Tokyo Game Show as a special sponsor this year. Gaming is one of the largest communities on the YouTube video-sharing platform. YouTube will once again support the Creator Lounge at Tokyo Game Show 2024, lending support to the gaming community both online and in real-world settings.

Cybozu is joining Tokyo Game Show as a Special Sponsor for the first time. Cybozu is the provider of kintone, a nocode tool used by one out of every three companies listed on the TSE Prime. During the event, Cybozu will support the Tokyo Game Show official staff team by providing T-shirts for them to wear.

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