E3 2021 Is Being Transformed, More Details Coming Soon


The ESA is planning a big three-day virtual event for E3 2021, with streamed game demos, panel showcases, keynote events, and more.

The pitch for the show has been sent out to numerous publishers, with VGC obtaining a copy containing all the details. The event will take place between June 15-17 (which was confirmed after the show was cancelled in 2020) and be streamed live from 10 AM – 10 PM PST, with replays running outside of those hours for other regions. The ESA also makes mention of some “charity” events that will take place outside of the main exhibition hours.

The plan for each day involves multiple two-hour keynote sessions focused on specific games or publishers, with the potential for Q&A sessions after each. The ESA also makes mention of a June 14 preview night, additional streams for smaller games, and showcases from a range of publishers, influencers, and media.

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