Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 6, 2009
More than 41,000 people attended the 2009 E3 Expo. Adam Coe of Evil Controllers recently had the honor of being one of the youngest CEO's ever participating at E3, the premiere video gaming convention. This wasn't the only buzz generated around the "Evil Booth" at the convention though.
From Justin Wong to Prodigy (from the WCG Ultimate Gamer) to tri force (who holds the current Tetris world record), a lot of big names in the gaming world were at or around the Evil Controllers booth at the convention. Wong spent a lot of time competing against any and all, in a challenge that benefited Saint Mary's Food Bank Alliance (a local food bank.) While no one managed to beat Wong, he set a world record for consecutive Street Fighter IV wins.
Evil Controllers was on hand to help the needy and let people know about their wide range of custom and pre-modded "rapid fire" controllers for Gears of War and other video games. They're constantly at work to make sure their controllers have what it takes to give video game players of all levels an extra edge. Beyond the rapid fire triggers, Evil Controllers also pays attention to ergonomics and fitting controllers to different video game genres.
They didn't have a big "mission accomplished" banner behind their booth, but it would have been prudent. This family operated company from Arizona was able to generate a lot of buzz, even among all the other announcements and excitement at the annual gaming convention. From Justin Wong setting a world record to all the other people who were attracted to the booth by the unique, cutting edge video game controllers, a lot of people stopped by the "Evil Booth" to do a little good.
The 2010 E3 Expo will take place from June 15-17, 2010, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and you can expect more good from Evil Controllers in the years to come.
About Evil Controllers:
Evil Controllers is a Tempe, Arizona-based company that specializes in custom modded Xbox 360 controllers designed to enhance game play for a variety of different game genres. Started in a dorm room at Arizona University, and has gradually grown over the years thanks to the hard work of two brothers behind the company.
Their company takes advantage of the fact that computers are programmable, coming up with video game controllers that have the power to turn single shot and semi-automatic weapons into full automatic simply by holding the button down. Through innovative design and ergonomic upgrades tailored for specific types of games, Evil provides gamers with custom controllers that best fit their needs.