E3 is all digital this year, but will still feature a solid four days of press conferences from some of the biggest publishers in gaming (with the notable exception of Sony, who has skipped the previous two years), beginning on June 12 at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern. E3 2021 will stream via Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and the E3 2021 app.
Here is the full schedule:
- Saturday, June 12, broadcast pre-show starts at 10am PT / 1pm ET
- Press conferences from Ubisoft and Gearbox Entertainment
- Sunday, June 13, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:45am PT / 11:45am ET
- Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase will take place starting at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
- Special presentations from SQUARE ENIX, the PC Gaming Show and the Future Games Show.
- Warner Bros. Games, Back 4 Blood and 24 Entertainment will also be featured.
- Monday, June 14, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:00am PT / 11:00am ET
- Presentations from Mythical Games, Freedom Games, Razer and Capcom will take place, as well as a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Panel Discussion from Take-Two Interactive throughout the day.
- Indie developer press conferences.
- Verizon and Intellivision will also be featured.
- Tuesday, June 15, broadcast pre-show starts at 8:00am PT / 11:00am ET
- Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct and Nintendo Treehouse: Live programming starting at 9am PT / 12pm ET.
- BANDAI NAMCO, Yooreka Games and GameSpot.
- The broadcast will end with the Official E3 2021 Awards Show.
E3 2021 will be hosted by Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez, Jacki Jing, and Greg Miller. Fans can now register for the online portal and app, which provides access to select exhibitor booths, online lounges, forums, and leaderboards. In addition to the live broadcast, the app will include interactive overlays with viewer polls, featured tweets, and more.