Today the ESA and ReedPop provided more details about what we can expect from E3 2023, including a Digital Week with dedicated livestreams for those unable to visit in person.
The show at the Los Angeles Convention Center will happen from Tuesday, June 13, through Friday, June 16, with June 13 to June 15 dedicated to industry professionals and press, while June 15 and June 16 are open to all visitors in the South Hall only.
On the other hand, a "Digital Week" will start on Sunday, June 11 with livestreamed showcases like the PC Game Show, Future Games Show, Guerilla Collective, and Black Voices in Gaming. The full schedule will be announced "in the following weeks."
The press release also included a comment from ReedPop VP of Gaming Kyle Marsden-Kish.
"We know it’s been a long wait, and we are proud to share more details about content coming to E3 with plenty more to come. ReedPop is excited to be bringing back a remastered E3 as the cultural touchstone for the game industry and its fans."
We hear that "AAA companies, in addition to indie darlings and with tech and hardware firms" have already committed to participating and the full roster will also be announced in the weeks leading up to the expo and individual companies may make their own announcement beforehand.
Incidentally, registrations for media and industry professionals are now open.
Of course, you can expect extensive coverage of all the news coming out of E3 2023 and the events that will likely coagulate around the same period here on TechRaptor.