Everything You Need to Know About E3 2021

In preparation for the start of E3, now less than a week away, the ESA has revealed the event's official schedule, and fans are encouraged to participate in the event via the free E3 2021 portal and app. Being a fully digital event, no matter where you live on the globe, you can watch the conferences and join the conversation.

This year's event will be hosted by Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez, Jacki Jing, and Greg Miller and will feature a variety of showcases, panels, live streams, guest appearances, and more. Here is the schedule overview:

  • Saturday, June 12
    • Guerilla Corrective at 11am ET
    • Broadcast Pre-show at 1pm ET
    • Wholesome Direct at 1pm ET
    • Ubisoft Forward at 2pm ET
    • Gearbox E3 Showcase at 5pm ET
    • A session with GamesBeat at 5:45pm ET

  • Sunday, June 13
    • The pre-show starts at 11:45am ET
    • 24 Entertainment's NARAKA: BLADEPOINT at 12:30pm ET
    • Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase at 1pm ET
    • SQUARE ENIX at 3:15pm ET
    • Warner Bros. Games' Back 4 Blood at 5pm ET
    • PC Gaming Show at 5:30pm ET
    • Future Games Show at 7pm ET

  • Monday, June 14
    • The pre-show starts at 11am ET
    • Verizon at 12pm ET
    • Intellivision at 12:45pm ET
    • Take-Two Interactive at 1:15pm ET
    • Mythical Games at 2:10pm ET
    • Indie Showcase at 3pm ET
    • Freedom Games at 3:30pm ET
    • VENN at 4pm ET
    • Capcom at 5:30pm ET
    • Razer at 6pm ET

  • Tuesday, June 15
    • The pre-show starts at 11:00am ET
    • Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct and Nintendo Treehouse at 12:00pm ET
    • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc at 5:25pm ET
    • Yooreka Studio at 6:30pm ET
    • GameSpot Play For All Showcase at 6:35pm ET
    • The Official E3 2021 Awards Show at 7:45pm ET

You can sign up now on the E3 website to gain access to the online portal and hub, which includes everything you'll need for E3 2021 including select exhibitor booths which act as hubs within the portal for key announcements, lounges for online gatherings, leaderboards, and more. The portal and app will also feature the live broadcast with interactive overlays that will include featured tweets, viewer polls, and more. 

Other than the portal and app, you can tune in to watch this year's show on any of E3's official channels:

We will also be co-streaming much of the event on our Twitch, so go hit the follow button to watch along with us and discuss all the exciting news and updates. And right before E3, we will be live for Summer Game Fest which will be kicking off the season of game conferences and announcements. With the official E3 schedule now revealed, what game or conference are you most excited about?

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