Wait times to play games was the main criticism of the EB Games Expo last year, and the number one priority going into the Expo's second year for curators.
"Improving queue management was our number one priority from last year," EB Games spokeswoman Debra McGrath told MMGN.
"There are always going to be lines for popular games, this is unavoidable; however we have spent a lot of time with our vendor partners minimising this as much as possible," said Ms McGrath. "We have introduced a better queue management system which will include wait time signage."
"We have doubled the amount of screens of playable games from the Gold Coast and are only letting another 1000 people in per session than last year and adding an extra 1000 seats in the Arena to take numbers off the show floor."
The EB Expo takes place in Sydney from October 5-7.
By Ben Salter