E3 Returns Next Year – We Now Know The Exact Date!

E3 officially confirmed the date of the congress, which will return in 2023, and revealed several changes for next year’s event.



E3 has officially confirmed the dates for next summer’s Games Congress, as well as revealing more information about the event’s long-awaited return in person. In the more than 25 years since the annual event was first held in 1995, the expo has become a staple of the summer gaming season, with a host of significant reveals and announcements. However, the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic took its toll on the expo, with both the 2020 and 2022 E3 shows cancelled and the 2021 event being held exclusively online.

E3 officially unveiled the convention’s return on Monday morning, announcing that it would work with PAX manager ReedPop to run the in-person event.

E3 2023 will take place June 13-16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The event will reportedly feature separate days for businesses and consumers, with the first days of the convention reserved for businesses. The change is designed to make it “easier for businesses to connect” with other attendees and interview potential employees.



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It has also been confirmed that separate venues will be set aside at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the business and consumer sides. The event will feature a business-exclusive area, which is planned to include quiet workspaces for companies to meet each other. It is therefore expected that the first two days of the Congress will be open exclusively to businesses, while the 15 and 16 June will be open to consumers. The list of critical participants for next year’s Congress has not yet been announced.

While the absence of E3 has been felt across the gaming world for the past three years, Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest has sought to fill the void.

The 2022 gaming event featured presentations from many of the big names in the games industry, including Nintendo, Sony and Sega, throughout June. At its peak, the event was viewed by more than 3.5 million simultaneous viewers and had a total of more than 27 million livestream views, with Keighley confirming that Summer Game Fest will return in 2023.

E3’s return to in-person events would be one of the most prominent examples of life slowly returning to normal after the effects of the pandemic. This year has already seen the return of significant in-person competitive events for several games, including Pokemon and League of Legends.


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