E3 2021, which is converted to online, will be open for free participation in the transmission and cooperation with NVIDIA to apply game streaming technology.
The E3 event organizer, the American Entertainment Software Association (ESA), issued a notice a few days ago, stating that the E3 2021 event originally scheduled to be held from June 15 to 17 will be adjusted to an online format.
It was confirmed earlier that this year’s event will be comprehensive. It is free for everyone to participate.
Perhaps it was based on the experience that it was originally scheduled to be held in the form of a professional trade show last year but ultimately failed to attract industry participation.
Therefore, the American Entertainment Software Association plans to open up free participation this year to allow more people to follow the E3 2021 exhibition content online.
In addition, the American Entertainment Software Association seems to be planning to work together with NVIDIA, and it is expected that through the GeForce NOW streaming technology, more people can experience various game content through this service, but this rumor does not seem to have been confirmed and responded by NVIDIA.
In the current plan, users can directly participate in online exhibitions through the official E3 App, browse the latest game news in the form of virtual booths, and even directly watch game promotional videos or experience game content.
Although it will be held online this year, related documents also show that the American Entertainment Software Association and the Los Angeles Convention and Tourism Bureau have applied for the future lease and use rights of the Los Angeles Convention Center in 2022 and 2023, which means that in the future, we still expect to hold E3 through physical exhibition activities. activity.
E3’s 2021 digital show is a free event for all attendees. We’re excited to fill you in on all the real news for the event very soon. https://t.co/HzTzaQEosx
— E3 (@E3) April 1, 2021