As June draws closer, every video game fan’s heart has begun to pound faster at the thought of tuning into the world’s largest event for tech and game-related products. E3, which happens every June at Los Angeles Convention Center, is the most anticipated 3-day long event. The likes of game developers, publishers, manufacturers, retailers to print media, consumers and video game fans meet here every year to watch the drama and heart-wrenching announcements unfold right in front of them. Deciding how to allocate their gaming budget for the upcoming year becomes perhaps one of the biggest conundrums for video game owners. The E3 2017 schedule jotted below highlights all conferences of interest:
E3 2017 Schedule
Please note: exact times have been imported from the official E3 website.
EA will broadcast its pre-E3 event called “EA Play 2017” on June 10, 2017. The show will begin at 11.30AM PDT / 6.30PM GMT.
Microsoft will kick E3 off by hosting one of the biggest conferences on June 11. The show will commence from 1.30PM PDT / 8.30PM GMT.
Bethesda will look to continue to impress fans on June 11. The show will follow Microsoft’s and begin at 8.30PM PDT / 3.30AM (June 12) GMT.
Ubisoft is going to take the stage first on June 12. The publisher’s show will begin at 12.30PM PDT / 7.30PM GMT.
Sony isn’t going to stay behind for long as it will also host its conference on June 12 from 5.30PM PDT / 12.30AM (June 13) GMT.
Nintendo has always opted out of hosting conferences at E3 as the company makes use of its own Nintendo Directs for announcements. However, Nintendo will broadcast a pre-recorded Nintendo Switch presentation called “Nintendo Spotlight” on June 13 from 8.30AM PDT / 3.30PM GMT.
We will do our best to embed a livestream for each E3 conference at GamerNow. All notable announcements made at E3 will make it into our articles and we will keep you updated with the latest.