What You Need to Know:
- With E3 ready to start on June 12th, fan registrations open, and the full event scheduled released, they have shared a handy comprehensive broadcast schedule infographic for fans to quickly check out and plan their viewing.
- Besides to what is listed in the infographic, there will be a variety of interviews, panels, and surprises so tune into the whole broadcast to not miss a thing.
- Fans can register at the E3 website to gain access to the E3 2021 online portal and app, a key hub for the duration of the show.
- Media, creators, industry professionals and fans are encouraged to visit the E3 2021 website for the most up-to-date information on exhibitors, schedules and more. In addition, there are detailed FAQs for media, industry and fans.
Where to watch
In addition to the E3 broadcast being included in the official E3 2021 portal and app, the primary hubs to watch the broadcast include:
E3’s Twitch Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/e3
E3’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/e3
E3’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/E3
E3’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/E3Expo/
Source: Official Press Release
E3 is the world’s premier event for computer and video games and related products. The show is owned and operated by the ESA, the US trade association dedicated to serving the business and public affairs needs of the companies developing and publishing interactive games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers, and the internet. For more information, visit www.e3expo.com or follow E3 on Facebook @E3Expo or Twitter @E3.
About the ESA
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) serves as the voice and advocate for the U.S. video game industry. Its members are the innovators, creators, publishers and business leaders that are reimagining entertainment and transforming how we interact, learn, connect and play. The ESA works to expand and protect the dynamic marketplace for video games through innovative and engaging initiatives that showcase the positive impact of video games on people, culture and the economy. For more information, visit the ESA’s website or follow the ESA on Twitter @theESA.