ESA looking to make big changes to E3 experience

ESA looking to make big changes to E3 experience

Streaming and digital push coming to the big show

With Sony skipping its typical major presence at E3 again this year, and companies like EA and Microsoft focusing on off-site events, the trade show is facing tough times garnering the positive attention and hype that it usually has. This, coupled with some of the security issues and strange concepts that have been leaking out of the event’s planning (activations, anyone?), means that people have a lot of questions.

The ESA hopes to have answers, at least to some of those.

It released a statement today outlining its commitment to the expo, noting that it is actively listening to feedback and partnering with companies like iam8bit to make sure that industry, Media and public attendees all have something valuable to gain from the event.

The organization is still open to suggestions about how to improve the event, which can be sent to E3 registration opens February 15th, while the expo itself takes place June 9-11.