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E3 2023

Ubisoft Forward Live June 2023

Original (3/27): Ubisoft has announced that it will host a Ubisoft Forward Live event on June 12, 2023. The company will be providing fans with updates on projects it has in development, and there’s a good chance we’ll be hearing about Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope DLC here. We know that the event will be happening in Los Angeles, but further information is not yet available.

Ubisoft previously announced that it would be appearing at E3 2023. However, it has since decided against that, with a spokesperson stating the company “made the subsequent decision to move in a different direction”.

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E3 2023 cancelled

E3 2023 has been cancelled, the ESA and ReedPop have announced. This is a major blow to the event that was finally looking to return after a few years off following the coronavirus pandemic.

A statement from Kyle Marsden-Kish, Reedpop’s global VP of gaming reads:

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SEGA E3 2023

E3 was intended to make its grand return this year with its first in-person event since 2019, but there is reason to wonder if it will still be happening after more publishers such as SEGA are confirming that they won’t be present.

Yesterday, Ubisoft said it would be skipping E3. We also know that Nintendo, PlayStation, and Xbox won’t be involved. As far as SEGA, the company stated: “After careful consideration, we have decided not to participate in E3 2023 as an exhibitor. We look forward to sharing more information on announced and unannounced projects in the future.”

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Nintendo E3 2023

Nintendo has made it official that it will not be attending E3 2023. Additionally, an official statement has been released.

The main takeaway is that Nintendo said that “this year’s E3 show didn’t fit into our plans”. The company did acknowledge that it has “been and continue to be a strong supporter of the ESA and E3.”

The full statement reads about Nintendo skipping E3 2023 is as follows:

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E3 2023 ESA statement

ESA has shared a statement regarding E3 2023 in light of yesterday’s report that Nintendo will not be attending the event – along with PlayStation and Xbox.

The organization declined to comment on which companies will be appearing. However, the ESA did say that it has “made strong progress in reshaping the event” while also acknowledging that a proper revival “was always going to have its challenges” given how the coronavirus pandemic heavily impacted things over the past three years.

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E3 2023 Nintendo

Nintendo has always been a big part of E3, but rumor has it that the Big N will be skipping this year’s trade show. That’s according to IGN, who “has heard from multiple knowledgeable sources that Xbox, Sony, and Nintendo won’t be part of E3 2023 or have presence on the Los Angeles Convention Center showfloor.”

E3 has not been the powerhouse that it was since the coronvirus pandemic started in 2020. After attempting an online-only version in 2021, the show was scrapped entirely for 2022. Now E3 is looking to make a big return for 2023, but if none of the console manufactures are there, that would certainly hurt.

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E3 2023 dates

E3 2023 was previously said to be returning for 2023 after skipping its annual show this year, and the final dates have now been announced.

The expo will be back at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) for a four-day expo between Tuesday, June 13 and Friday, June 16, 2023. Separate industry and consumer days and spaces are planned. E3 also says it “will support and uplift partnered digital events taking place starting June 11 and running throughout the show.”

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E3 2023 ReedPop

Today, the Entertainment Software Association announced that E3 2023 will be run by ReedPop. ReedPop has handled PAX, EGX, Star Wars Celebration, and New York Comic Con.

The ESA and ReedPop are planning E3 2023 for the second week of June at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Along with digital showcases, in-person components are planned, which will be open to fans. Media registration will open later in the year.


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