E3 2021: the official app to follow the digital event arrives E3 2021

L’E3 2021 will be completely devoted to digital this year, with streaming events, and since the event is less than a month away, the’ESA revealed the official app’s.

It will be possible to follow the event through two main channels: the first will be the classic official website, the second, on the other hand, will be l’official application that will be released soon on Android e iOS, possibly at the end of May. On both channels it will be possible to access the events, provided of course that they register with a profile that can be customized. Users will have the ability to interact with others directly below the live stream of events, so as to strengthen the sense of community.

We're still adding to the big list of all the places you'll be able to watch #E32021 but today we're stoked to drop some news about our E3 app & online portal which will feature our live broadcast, online booths for exhibitors, & more! 👀https://t.co/3KD2KiX0CU

— E3 (@E3) May 13, 2021

The names already confirmed at’E3 2021

Among partners who have already signed up for the Los Angeles show, we have the confirmation of Square Enix, Bandai Namco, and SEGA, and it is likely that they will also be the publishers with the most important announcements as far as Japanese companies taking part in the event are concerned.

Here is the full list of new companies confirmed these days:

  • Square Enix
  • Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Gearbox Entertainment
  • SEGA
  • Verizon, Freedom Games
  • Devious Eye Entertainment
  • Turtle Beach
  • Verizon
  • Binge
  • XSEED Games

All the major players in the industry had already signed on: Capcom, Koch Media, Konami, Nintendo, Microsoft, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Those who will be skipping the event, however, will be Sony with PlayStation, Electronic Arts and KONAMI, although the latter has already let it be known that it is working on several projects that will be discussed later this year. Sony and Electronic Arts will likely continue to follow a parallel communication path with digital events organized on their own, as they have in previous years.

E3 2021 will be held June 12-15, 2021, and all panels will be streamed free of charge from home.