The much-awaited E3 expo is finally around the corner. The portal for the E3 2021 registration is going live next week. The expo will supposedly organize anywhere between June 12 and June 15.
Game fanatics around the globe were left disheartened when the news break out last year, revealing the cancellation of E3 2020 due to the CoronaVirus Pandemic. However, this year, E3 is all set up for the 2021 Expo and plans to organize an all-digital event.
Earlier this month, E3, given organizing the expo online, announced an online portal and an app for you to access the entire event. E3 also teased its user base regarding the pre-register dates of the event, hinting it would be somewhere ‘later this month.’
Pre Registrations for E3 2021 starts from June 4
Today, E3 officially announced the dates for the Pre-Registration for the 2021 event. According to the announcement, fans will be able to pre-register themselves for the expo starting June 4.
Moreover, the sign-up process for Media Members is live now. Exhibitors can apply on May 26. Industry members and influencers get to sign-up for the event starting May 31. The sign-up process is fairly easy. Head over to the site, then select among the five groups category you fall into, followed by entering your details.
Kudos to you for successfully securing your place at the convention. However, members of the press have access to the event earlier, with the portal going live for them starting June 7.
What to expect from E3 2021?
E3 or the Electronic Entertainment Expo has been the go-to location for many brands and developers to introduce their products. The same can be expected with the E3 2021. This year the event is hosting many big game developers like Xbox, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Square Enix, Capcom, Bandai Namco, and SEGA.
Gamers can expect E3 2021 to give a glimpse of some much awaited game titles along with many other surprises.
It’ll also be interesting to see how E3 is gonna manage their first all-digital event. E3 is focusing majorly on the app for the users to have an interactive session during the event. The app offers various interactive options to choose from, with virtual booths for you to attend, lounges to relax at, online forums to chat on, and leaderboards for you to compete against each other in fun activities.
The activities are termed “special overlays” which is E3 way of terming the interactive options available within the app. Meanwhile, fans still get to hop into the main conferences through the online portal.
It’ll be exciting to see how the event actually wraps up and will it be able to quench the thirsts of passionate game maniacs.
E3 2021 is expected to take place between June 12 and June 15.