QuakeCon was a perfect spot for these companies to showcase their products to users. While many attendees were only roaming the Vendor Halls looking for free swag, several were knowledgeable consumers looking to make their purchasing decision based on the companies that support their growing sport.
I can only hope that in the future some companies remember to train those who are wearing their logo and teach them a little about the products they represent.
At QuakeCon, thousands of gamers, enthusiasts and regular PC users roamed through the halls. Many with very good questions and many walking away with really good answers. If you have never attended QuakeCon before and want to see what a micro CES is like, I urge you to come out next year and see what all of the fuss is about.
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