E3 2021 opens fan registration and releases schedule
The ESA has released the schedule for E3 2021 which opens on June 12th, and has opened registration for fan access to the virtual event.
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As E3 2021 gets ready to kick off on Saturday, June 12, the official schedule has been revealed. In addition, fans can now register to be a part of the global four-day virtual event that will feature digital presentations from major industry publishers such as Nintendo and Microsoft, panel discussions, celebrity appearances, exciting reveals and more. Fans can register at the E3 website to gain access to the E3 2021 online portal and app, a key hub for the duration of the show.
Details around the schedule are available below, noting that some things may change leading up to the first day of the broadcast.
? Saturday, June 12, broadcast pre-show starts at 10am PT / 1pm ET
? Sunday, June 13, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:45am PT / 11:45am ET
? Monday, June 14, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:00am PT / 11:00am ET
? Tuesday, June 15, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:00am PT / 11:00am ET
Registration begins today for fans around the globe to access the E3 online portal and app. Beginning on Saturday, June 12, the portal will provide access to:
? Select Exhibitor Booths – Featuring special events, VOD content and articles, exhibitor booths will act as hubs within the portal for key announcements and game or product information tied to participating exhibitors (the full list of exhibitors with virtual booths can be found on the E3 website)
? Lounges – Online gathering spots for all E3 attendees
? Forums – Special boards for focused online discussion and sharing among attendees
? Leaderboards – Gamified elements that can be collected and displayed, encouraging fans to interact in as many ways as possible
? Profile Creation – All attendees can create and customize their own unique profiles
The online E3 2021 portal and app will also feature the E3 live broadcast, with interactive overlays that include viewer polls, featured tweets, and more.