E3 2021 Is Happening: Where To Watch

 

Image: Entertainment Software Association (ESA)


E3 2021 is finally happening! This yearly event has been known to thrill gamers, graphic designers, PC builders, music composers, and many others who love the gaming industry; bringing such excitement to see what games will be becoming available to the market. Entertainment Software Association (ESA), has reported that it will lead the gaming exhibition online during the current year's version.

The affirmed designers' arrangement incorporates Capcom, Konami, Nintendo, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft, Warner Bros. Games, and Xbox. Outstandingly, Sony hasn't reported its cooperation at this point during the current year's occasion.

ESA announced that they will be working with media partners globally to make a free virtual event. They have joined with IGN, Future Games, GameSpot, Polygon, IGN China and Game Bonfire to extend its reach. 

“We are focused on ensuring that E3 continues to be the most innovative and collaborative event in the video game industry, so enlisting some of the industry’s biggest media partners to help deliver the highly-anticipated news, reveals and more is crucial to a successful showcase. Each media partner will be instrumental in driving E3’s reach to more fans than ever before. With this year’s digital format, we’re looking to provide our audiences with exciting and unique ways to experience the magic of E3,” said Stanley Pierre-Louis, President & CEO of the ESA.

 

Since E3 2020 was cancelled due to the covid, this year's E3 will be an all virtual event. ESA claims that they are hoping to have the 2022 expo as an in-person event.

Below you can find the full event schedule for this years virtual E3:


Image: ESA at e3expo.com

In addition to guest appearances, E3 will also present a panel series titled “Voices of E3,” which will cover a broad range of topics including diversity, accessibility, video game development, video game voice acting, the evolution of video game media, the impact of current events on games, and much more.

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/

E3 2021 runs from Saturday, June 12 through Tuesday, June 15. Gamers, creators, and media are encouraged to visit the E3 2021 website for the most up-to-date information.

 

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