The Entertainment Software Association has just announced E3 Live, a public gathering for gamers during the E3 conference taking place at Los Angeles in June. Essentially, it’s a gathering where gamers can hang out, test new games and hardware, be treated to live music, dance competitions, and even meet industry professionals. The event itself is free, but you do need tickets to get in, which will be given out on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
E3 Live will take place at L.A. Live, which is right next to the Convention Center, where E3 itself will be taking place. The event will run from June 14 to 16. Doors will open at 5pm PDT on the 14th, and at 12PM PDT for the other two days. You can read up more about the event here, and find out to get ahold of some tickets.
Overall, this seems like a good way for smaller sites and journalists to get exclusive information about upcoming titles, and even secure some interviews. And for the rest of the fans, it sounds like a fun party to go to anyways. Are you planning on attending this new E3 public event? Let us know in the comments down below.
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