E3 Opens to 60,000 Attendees

Opening Day at E3

Los Angeles, California

The Electronic Entertainment Expo also known as E3 opened its doors at the Los Angeles Convention Center today to an estimated 60,000 attendees from more than 100 countries. There were also millions watching online. All celebrating and discovering the newest titles and technologies at what is considered the world’s premiere showcase for video games.

E3 is owned and produced by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the association that represents the US video game industry.

For the second consecutive year, E3 welcomes 15,000 gamers onsite to share in the E3 experience.

The $116 billion global video game industry and the world's 2.6 billion gamers come together for E3 2018 today through Thursday, June 14

More than 200 exhibitors, including 85 companies that are exhibiting for the first time at E3, are showing new products and giving a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest games and announcements of the week at E3 Coliseum. 

E3 2018 promises to be the entertainment event of the year for the almost two-thirds of Americans and one-third of people around the world who play video games.