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We're flying out to Los Angeles this Saturday for a week of E3 coverage, and from Sunday night onwards will be covering all the major news, press conferences and talk from the show floor on our main site - the events page is here. I'm also hoping to update this new GamesIndustry Blog with extra insight, snippets from the big interviews we've got lined up and other coverage of the event. Feel free to leave feedback and let us know if there's anything in particular you'd like to read about.

As well as our coverage you might also want to keep an eye on our sister site for a more consumer-focused angle of the event, and they'll also be running live text reports of the major press conferences. Below is a list of the big events (in local time), with some links to coverage elsewhere on the web.

Sunday 13

  • 19:00 Microsoft's Project Natal Experience

Monday 14

  • 10:00 Microsoft Xbox 360 media briefing
  • 14:00 Electronic Arts E3 press conference
  • 17:00 Ubisoft press conference
  • 19:00 Activision E3 investor event (webcast here)

Tuesday 15

  • 09:00 Nintendo E3 presentation
  • 12:00 E3 show floor opens
  • 12:00 Sony E3 press conference
  • 16:30 THQ investor meeting (webcast here)


  • 07:45 EA's analysts breakfast meeting (webcast here)
  • 09:30 Nintendo analyst briefing
  • 17:30 Take-Two cocktail reception

The analyst and investor meetings are off limits to press, but you can expect the usual insight from the likes of Wedbush Morgan, EEDAR and Janco Partners following those, and also informing stories and content around the web. I know analysts are easy to rip into when they get something wrong, but they do get a lot more insight than some people give them credit for and are worth watching.

We've got a healthy appointments list for E3, so expect some big interviews next week and after the event. If you're out there and want to say hello, gossip or invite me to your party, just send me a message via the Network.

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Matt Martin: Matt Martin joined GamesIndustry in 2006 and was made editor of the site in 2008. With over ten years experience in journalism, he has written for multiple trade, consumer, contract and business-to-business publications in the games, retail and technology sectors.