One of the biggest video game conferences in the industry will return after a coronavirus-induced one-year hiatus.
And they’re going all virtual.
Organizers of the Electronic Entertainment Expo on Thursday announced that E3 this year would pair an app and online access to a four-day broadcast starting June 12.
An online portal will serve as a hub for attendees, with “virtual booths,” events, video conferences and other features accessible there.
Entertainment Software Association President and CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis said in a release that organizers, once they decided the event would be all-virtual, landed on the format.
A media week will begin on June 7 with the sessions opening up to the general public June 12.
Free registration for the event will open laster this month.
You can find more information, along with the latest press releases at E3’s website.