E3 2021 detailed - confirmed appearances and where to watch

Published: 13:17, 20 May 2021
E3 2021
E3 2021

E3 2021 will be an online-only experience. The major event will see no less than seventeen different gaming companies cluing the fans in on the behind-the-scenes goings-on.

E3 2021 start/end dates

E3 is among the most anticipated gaming events of the year and the 2021 edition will look somewhat different from its predecessors. The online-only conference will take place between June 12 and June 15. 

The event will funnel the latest news and games directly to fans around the world entirely for free.

E3 2021 hosts

E3 2021 will have three hosts - Greg Miller, the co-founder of entertainment outlet Kinda Funny; Jacki Jing, an Emmy-nominated TV journalist, host and producer who has worked with IGN, Nerdist and others; and Alex ‘Goldenboy’ Mendez, a professional esports commentator and commentator for NBC’s The Titan Games. 

The hosts will be tasked with guiding the show, providing commentary, interviewing the many developers and publishers and more.

E3 2021 schedule

Here is the full list of every gaming company confirmed to make an appearance at E3 2021:

  • Nintendo
  • Xbox
  • Ubisoft
  • Square Enix
  • Capcom
  • Take-Two Interactive
  • Warner Bros. Games
  • Sega
  • Bandai Namco
  • Gearbox Entertainment
  • Koch Media
  • XSEED Games
  • Freedom Games
  • Devious Eye Entertainment
  • Turtle Beach
  • Verizon 

Ubisoft Forward will take place on June 12. The folks from Ubisoft have confirmed that this year's Ubisoft Forward will be part of E3 2021. The conference will take place at 19:00 GMT.

Take-Two Interactive has been making some waves about all the games they are currently working on, so leave some room for a bunch of announcements coming from the New York City-based company. 

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Where to watch E3 2021

The E3 2021 online portal and app will be a key hub for the duration of the show, with virtual “booths,” hosted events, video conferencing, profile and avatar creation, online forums and more. 

The online portal will be the destination for all things E3, beginning with a media access week starting on Monday, June 7, followed by public access on Saturday, June 12, the first day of the E3 broadcast.

The primary hubs to watch the E3 2021 broadcast:

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