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So, E3 is coming up pretty soon here and you know what that means? Yep, conferences and a lot of them at that. The ESA just put out the schedule of events for the week of E3, which kicks off starting June 12 at 1PM (ET). The first day includes conferences from Ubisoft and Gearbox.

On June 13th, the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase takes place at 1PM. There will also be showings from Square Enix, the PC Gaming Show, and the Future Games Show. After all that will be showings from Warner Bros. Games with Back 4 Blood, and 24 Entertainment.

The events on the 14th begin at 11AM (ET) and include conferences from "several indie developers." There will also be presentations from Take-Two, Mythical Games, Freedom Games, Razer, and Capcom. There's also something from Verizon, Intellivision, and VENN.

E3 wraps up on June 15. The last day includes the Nintendo Direct and Nintendo Treehouse Live event starting at 12PM. Bandai Namco, Yooreka Games, and GameSpot will also have events. This all concludes at the end of the day with the Official E3 2021 Awards Show.

You will be able to watch the entirety of E3 through various streaming sites: Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.

I will do my best to provide coverage throughout the week. Just, you know, keep in mind that it might be a bit delayed when compared to sites that have more than one person doing everything. E3 falls right near the beginning of the Summer Game Fest as well. The Steam Next Fest starts June 16 but I don't really expect any announcements coming out of that as it's focused on releasing tons of demos to play. There will also be EA Play Live coming near the end of July. So far, Sony doesn't seem to have anything planned.