E3 2023 Will Be A Week-Long Event Divided Into Three Distinct Segments

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, will be divided into three parts when it returns as an in-person event this June, the first of which will be dedicated to a series of digital showcases as ReedPop revealed in a recent press release. The event will then open exclusively for video game industry professionals, influencers, and the press, and finally to the general public.

The digital showcases will kick off on June 11th and will presumably be similar to the virtual events that the ESA held over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will then be followed by the Industry Days portion of the event which will run from June 13-15, giving developers, the media, and video game personalities a chance to build networks, hold meetings, connect with licensors and distributors, and test drive upcoming games.

The gaming convention segment of the event will be open to the public from June 15-16 with the usual array of activities that attendees have come to expect, including developer presentations and hands-on time with upcoming titles.

ReedPop has now opened registrations for industry professionals and the press and is expected to release the official list of exhibitors as we get closer to the said dates. Don’t expect Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo to be included in that list though as they’ve already confirmed that they won’t be attending E3 this year and possibly the foreseeable future.