The Entire E3 2021 Schedule – Dates, Times, And How To Watch

Despite COVID messing with our gamer vibes, E3 2021 will still take place starting June 12th. During the online event, the biggest studios announce their latest games, show gameplay of said games, and try to surprise us with awesome reveals. In this article, we’ll show you how and when to watch!

E3 2021 schedule

Where to watch

Fans can tune in to the live registration of the event through multiple different channels. Below, we’ve detailed where you can watch the gaming epicness take place, along with a convenient link to said channel:

As a bonus, fans can sign up here to get access to ‘select exhibitor booths’, special virtual lounges, and some other fun added experiences to really feel that event vibe through the ethernet.

The presentations

Now for the fun stuff, the real E3 2021 schedule you’ve came here for. Below you’ll find all the notable shows, presentations and press conferences with their respective dates and times. Note that all times are indicated in Pacific Time. We’ll update any missing information when it’s available.

Saturday, June 12

  • Ubisoft Forward – 12 PM PT
  • UploadVR Showcase – 3 PM PT
  • Gearbox Software – 2 PM PT
  • UploadVR Showcase – 3 PM PT
  • Devolver Digital – Time TBA

Sunday, June 13

  • Xbox and Bethesda Showcase – 10 AM PT
  • PC Gaming Show – 11 AM PT
  • Square Enix – 12:15 PM PT

Monday, June 14

  • Razer E3 Keynote – 3 PM PT
  • Capcom – Time TBA
  • Take-Two Interactive – Time TBA

Tuesday, June 15

  • Nintendo – 9 AM PT
  • Bandai Namco – Time TBA


Lastly, notable absentees are Sony and Electronic Arts. The former doesn’t have anything planned for this game announcement season. With the move to PC-ported games lately, they might still feature in another presentation.

Electronic Arts is also missing from the E3 2021 schedule, as they have their own event (called Play Live) planned for the 22nd of June. However, the publisher also has something even more exciting planned for June 9th. Battlefield 6 will finally be revealed. There might even be some gameplay at E3 in some form or another. Stay tuned!

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