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Industry registration now open for E3 2023 to host Meet The Investors and Meet The Brands events alongside returning trade show

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Registration is now open for industry members who wish to attend when the long-running games event returns to Los Angeles in June.

Games professionals can apply for their passes here, with IGDA members eligible to have their applications expedited – just provide your account information when you submit.

Active press and content creators can apply for a free media pass here. More than 1,350 journalists and content creators worldwide have already applied for access.

E3 2023 is being organised by parent ReedPop and will be hosted at the Los Angeles Conference Center from Tuesday, June 13 through Friday, June 16.

The event has been reorganised into Industry Days and Gamer Days, with the former running from the Tuesday through Thursday, giving games professionals access to both the West and South halls.

Meanwhile, members of the public will be able to enjoy the E3 Gamer Days on Thursday, June 15 and Friday, June 16, which will be held in the South Hall. Industry members and media will still be able to access this part of the show. will also be running Meet The Investors and Meet The Brands events alongside E3 to bring developers and publishers together with investors, merchandise businesses, and more. Details to follow at a later date.

Industry members can also find and connect with each other using the MeetToMatch platform, which is available for all business attendees.

For those unable to make it to Los Angeles, E3 2023 Digital Week begins on Sunday, June 11 – the same day as the Xbox Games Showcase – and will include online presentations such as PC Gaming Show, Future Games Show, Guerilla Collective and Black Voices In Gaming.

The schedule for all Digital Week press conferences will be announced in the coming weeks.

“We know it’s been a long wait, and we are proud to share more details about content coming to E3 with plenty more to come,” said Kyle Marsden-Kish, vice president of gaming at ReedPop.

“ReedPop is excited to be bringing back a remastered E3 as the cultural touchstone for the game industry and its fans.”

Register for your industry pass here, or media pass here.

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