E3 has returned in an all-digital format for 2021, and is set to stream live between the 12th and the 15th of June.
Game studios such as Square Enix, Sega, Bandai Namco, and Gearbox, as well as accessories manufacturer Turtle Beach, are among the latest to join the digital E3 2021 expo; previously-announced guests and partners include the likes of Nintendo, Xbox, Capcom, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, and Warner Bros Games.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has released a full list of official partners that will be taking part in broadcasting the E3 2021 event.
In total, there are 27 different official partners that have signed on for E3 this year, including Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook Gaming, TikTok, VENN, Steam, Reddit, Entertainment Weekly, WEBEDIA, Wechat, Bilibili, and AfreecaTV.
This ensures that this year’s all-digital E3 experience will reach audiences around the world. It will be the first time ever that E3 will be freely available across all of these major services.
E3 2021 will be a four-day, public event featuring major reveals, press conferences, industry showcases, and more. An additional five-day media access week will begin on the 7th of June ahead of the public launch on the 12th of June.
More details can be found on the official E3 website.