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How to Watch E3 2021 – All Live Streams And Broadcasts

Interested in checking out the biggest gaming show of the year? Here’s how to watch E3 2021 when it goes live next month.

If you’re wanting to watch the Electronic Entertainment Experience when next month, it’s important to know where to look. For the first time ever, E3 2021 is an entirely online experience, but it promises to be a big one.

All of your favorite gaming companies (besides Sony) will be showing off their biggest reveals of the year. Here’s the full list of E3 2021 participants revealed so far!

Of course, the best way to take part in the experience is likely with the official E3 app which allows gamers to get involved themselves! But for those content with watching the event, what’s the best way to tune in?

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E3 Reveals Its Online Partners for 2021 Showcase

In an effort to show its incredible expansion for E3 2021, the event organizers reveal the company’s online partners for this year’s event.

Today, the official E3 site put up a list of partners that’ll be helping to broadcast the biggest gaming show of the year. Given that this year’s showcase is entirely virtual, the company has assembled quite an impressive lineup to make sure everyone is able to see E3 2021 – from anywhere in the world.

In addition to broadcasting the event, each social media site will reportedly execute campaigns that are “relevant to their user base.”

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“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.”

We’ve already heard about the major Nintendo games coming to E3 2021 and it looks like an incredible show. If leaks are true, there’s going to be news about Splatoon 3, Zelda, Smash Bros., and more!

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We’re also going to be learning more about Bethesda’s Starfield, which just had its release window teased.

E3 2021 is taking place from Saturday, June 12, through Tuesday, June 15. Here are the sites that will be broadcasting the event.

Where to Watch E3 2021

  • Twitch
  • YouTube Gaming
  • Twitter
  • Facebook Gaming
  • TikTok
  • Venn
  • Steam
  • Reddit
  • Entertainment Weekly
  • Webedia
  • WeChat
  • Bilibili
  • Afreecatv
  • LiveLive
  • VK
  • GameStar
  • GamePro
  • MAX
  • Meinmmo
  • 3DJuegas
  • Vida Extra
  • JeuxVideo
  • Lestream
  • ES1
  • IGNBrasil
  • MGG

It’s almost certain that we’ll hear more about GTA’s next release at E3 2021. After all, we just got the release date for GTA 5 Expanded & Enhanced for next-gen consoles!

We also hear there’s a new mind-blowing IP to reveal for Xbox Game Pass. And Microsoft won’t be letting E3 go without its next major Halo Infinite reveal, we’d bet anything on that fact.

And could we even get an early look at the Star Wars Mandalorian game this year?

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