Penny Arcade's Khoo clarified to us that she was asked to change or step off the floor technically, to restrict her presence to a demo area inside a bus in the game's booth.
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Robert Khoo, the president of business development for Penny Arcade, verified to Kotaku that Nigri was asked to change, or leave the show floor, because expo staff had received plenty of complaints about her attire, or lack of it.
Two years ago, that policy was put to a vote of its community, which largely reaffirmed the idea.
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