E3 2021 continues to add leading global video and social media services that will expand the reach for this year’s all-virtual showcase. Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook Gaming, TikTok, VENN, Steam, Reddit, Entertainment Weekly, WEBEDIA, Wechat, Bilibili, AfreecaTV, and many more linked below, have signed on to officially broadcast E3 programming across their channels and services, allowing fans, media and industry professionals the ability to tune into and engage with E3 2021 from anywhere around the world.


In collaboration with E3, each live streaming and video content service will broadcast E3 events and activities live, and each social media site will execute campaigns around the event that are relevant to their user base.

“Working with these leading companies ensures that this year’s all-digital E3 experience will reach audiences around the world,” said Stanley Pierre-Louis, President & CEO of the ESA. “This will be the first time ever that E3 will be freely available across all of these major services, allowing us to reach video game fans from all corners of the globe.”

E3 2021 will be filled with four days of programming hosted by iconic personalities from the video game world, with major reveals, press conferences, industry showcases and more. The all-digital experience runs from Saturday, June 12 through Tuesday, June 15. Media, creators, industry professionals and fans are encouraged to visit the E3 2021 website to sign up for updates and to check out the most up-to-date information.

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