PK) will be showcased this week at the 2004 European Games Network (EGN), September 1 - 3, at ExCeL in London.
What does EGN stand for?
EGN stands for European Games Network (Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association trade show; London, UK)
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We have 15 other meanings of EGN in our Acronym Attic
- Early General News (front newspaper section)
- East Gate News
- Eesti Gei Noored (Estonian: Estonian Gay Youth)
- Ehime Global Network (Japan)
- Einstein-Gymnasium Neuenhagen (Germany)
- Enhanced Gaseous Nitrogen
- Entreprise Générale du Nautisme (French: General Contractor for the Marine; Switzerland)
- ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) Genomics Network (UK)
- États Généraux de la Naissance (French: States General of Birth)
- EuroGeoNames (EU project)
- Experimental Galactose Neuropathy
- External Gateway Network (WorldCom)
- Equilibrium-Gated Nuclear Angiography
- Carlisle Airport (UK, ICAO code)
- Blackpool (UK) Airport ID Code
- EnerGuide for New Houses (Canada)
- East Grinstead Netball League (UK)
- Experts Group for Network Management
- Leeds Bradford International Airport (ICAO coding)
- European Geostationary Navigation Overlay (satellite-based augmentation; Europe)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a keynote speech today at the European Games Network (EGN) exhibition in London, Gerhard Florin, Managing Director and Senior Vice President of Electronic Arts, announced plans to bring additional opportunities for players to enjoy interactive entertainment on the go.
ClearImage to Provide Public Relations and Business Development Support for ELSPA's Interactive Entertainment Trade Event - European Games Network ELSPA (The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association) has selected ClearImage to support and build awareness for its European Games Network (EGN) to be held at ExCel in London, September 1-3, 2004.