THE EVENT HUB WILL OFFER AN “INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE”
A Entertainment Software Association (ESA) detailed the E3 2021 app and online portal.
The show's organizer said they will serve as a main hub throughout the event, offering fans and media an "interactive experience" with virtual exhibitor booths, places to chat and chat with other users, and gamified elements of the show.
The online portal will open on June 7th for a media week offering early access to exhibitors, ahead of public access starting June 12th, which is the first day of the live broadcast of E3.
ESA said the public version of the portal and app will include:
- Exhibitor Booths – Featuring special events, VOD content and articles, the exhibitor booths will serve as hubs within the portal for important announcements and game information linked to each exhibitor
- Lounges – online meeting points for all E3 attendees
- Forums – Special panels for focused online discussion and sharing among participants
- Leaderboards – Gamified show elements that can be collected and displayed, encouraging fans to interact in as many ways as possible
- Profiling – All participants can create their own unique profiles within the portal and app, which can be customized.
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Registration for access to the online portal will be free and will begin this month.
E3 2021 runs from June 12 to 15. ESA said the live stream will feature showcases from leading publishers, press conferences, panels and more.
It will be hosted by Alex 'Goldenboy' Mendez, Jacki Jing and Greg Miller, and will feature interactive overlays powered by Hovercast, featuring opinion polls and featured social tweets.
The live stream can also be viewed via Twitch, YouTube, Twitter e Facebook .
Games companies confirmed to be participating in the event include Nintendo , Xbox , Capcom , Ubisoft , Take-Two , Warner Bros . Games, Koch Media , Sega , Square Enix e Bandai Namco .
“From the moment we decided to host E3 virtually, we have been focused on providing an interactive experience for fans around the world that goes beyond the typical live stream,” said ESA CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis.
“The result is a bespoke online portal and app that will allow fans, media and industry professionals to experience E3 designed to run parallel to the four-day broadcast, laying the groundwork for interactive elements of the E3 to continue beyond the fully virtual show.”