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E3 announces its first ever public event – E3 Live

Gamers can come too as the ESA announce E3 Live .



E3 Live

Gamers can come too as the ESA announce E3 Live.

Well this is good news. The Entertainment Software Association has announced that it will be holding an open to the public – although ticketed – E3 event, featuring games from this year’s expo.

E3 Live will be taking place at L.A. Live on W. Olympic Blvd place, a short walk from the Los Angeles Convention Center where the main E3 2106 expo is being held.


You won’t being seeing games from EA who have decided to run their own event, EA Play, and nor are you likely to see anything from Nintendo or Activision but games from Ubisoft, Warner Bros. and others are expected to be on show.

As well as game demos there will be live music and the opportunity to pick up some merch, meet industry figures and enjoy some dance competitions.

Doors open on Tuesday, June 14 at 5 pm and the event runs through to 12pm on Thursday, June 16. Tickets are free but you’ll need to register, and fast as it’s likely to become booked very quickly.

Head over to to find out more.

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