The ESA releases official list of 10 publishers that will attend E3

May 10, 2019
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Here's what publishers have confirmed(more to come) they'll be at E3 2020:

Activision Publishing, Inc.
Amazon Game Studios
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
Bethesda
Capcom USA, Inc.
Epic Games Inc.
Kalypso Media Group
NCSOFT
RDS Industries Inc.
SEGA
Square Enix, Inc.
Take-Two
TENCENT
THQ Nordic
Ubisoft Entertainment SA
UnnamedVR by Paracosma
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
XSEED Games
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For context - Prior Years:

E3 2019

2K Games
5 Hour Energy
505 Games
Activision
AIM Controllers
AK Racing
Alienware
AMD
Annapurna Interactive
Arcade 1up
ArenaNet
Astro
Atlus
Bandai Namco
Bethesda
BGS
Big Ben Interactive
Black Shark
Blackhawk Network
Bloober Team
Capcom
Chronicle Collectibles
CI Games
Clickentertainment
Core Gaming
Cyberpunk 2077
Daedalic Entertainment
Deep Silver
Digifast
Double Fine / Starbreeze
DreamGearLLC
E-Guardian
E-Win
E3 Esports Zone 2019
EA
Electronic Software Association Foundation
Epic Games
Eureka Ergonomic
Exorcized Studios
Extra Life
Facebook
Firefly Studios
Fluidstance
Friend Times
Frontier
Funcom
Funko
G Fuel
Game Informer
GameKit
Gameloft
GameSpot
GameStop
Gaming Outfitters
GDC
Geico
Gentle Giant Studios
Giant Network
Good Shepherd Entertainment
GT Throne
Guangdong Entertainment
Guillemot
GuliKit
GungHo
HiDow
Hori
Hyperkin
IGN
Improbable
IndieCade
Intellivision Entertainment
Kalypso
Karnox
Konami
KontrolFreek
Lenovo
Lifeform Gaming
Little Buddy
Logitech
Marvelous Xseed Games
Mayflash
Mecca Electronics
Meta
Microsoft
Modus
Momocon
National Videogame Museum
Natsume
NDreams
Netmarble
Nexon
Next Level Racing
Nintendo
Nvidia
Nyko
NZXT
Oculus
Opera Solutions
Paracosma
Paradox Interactive
Path
PDP
Peak Audio
Perfect World
Perfect World Games
Phillips
PowerA
Private Division
Pro vs GI Joe
Proximat
Psyonix
Rainbow Horse
Raynor Gaming
RDS Industries
Rebellion
Red Hydrogen
Sades
Satisfye
Scry.Info
Season
Sega
Sensorium
Shacknews
Shenzhen IPM Biotechnology
SmachZ
Soleseat
Square Enix
Subnation
Sunchip
Super Soul Bros
Techland
Technical’s
TEGway
Tencent
THQNordic
Today
Tripwire
Turtle Beach
Twitch
Ubisoft
UCC Distributing
Unsigned & Independent
ViPod
Virtuos
Volante Design
VoltEdge
VPX
Warner Bros
Wizard Games
WOM6
Woodier
XRocker
Xsolla
YouTube Gaming
Zen Studios


E3 Attendees 2018

505 Games
Activision
Aksys Games Localization, Inc.
Atlus
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
Bethesda
Big Ben Interactive
Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
CD PROJEKT RED
Click Entertainment
Deep Silver, Inc.
Dell Gaming
dreamGear
DXRacer
Focus Home Interactive
GAMELOFT
GameSpot
Gearbox Publishing
Grey Box/Six Foot
GungHo Online Entertainment
Hori
Hyperkin, Inc.
InComm
Kalypso Media Group
Konami Digital Entertainment Inc.
LF Gaming
Little Buddy, LLC
Mayflash Limited
Mecca Electronics
Microsoft Corporation
MomoCon/Dragon Con
Natsume Inc.
nDreams Ltd
Nintendo of America Inc.
NVIDIA Corporation
Performance Designed Products
Psyonix Inc.
R.D.S. Industries
Rebellion
ROCCAT
Scarecrow Studio
SEGA
Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC
Splash Damage
Square Enix, Inc.
Starbreeze Publishing AB
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
Team 17
Techland Publishing
Tencent America LLC
THQ Nordic
Tobii
Ubisoft Entertainment SA
UCC Distributing Inc.
Virtuos
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Wish Interactive
XSEED Games
Xsens

E3 2017 Attendees List

.Game
11 Bit Studios
360dome.pro
505 Games
5-hour Energy
A Case of Distrust
Activision
AKRacing
Aksys Games
Alienware
Annapurna Interactive
Antilatency
Arozzi North America
Astro Gaming
Atlas Supply
Atlus / Sega
Bandai Namco Entertainment America
Beijing Perfect World Software
Beret Applications
Bethesda
Beyond Red Wave Arts
Bigben Interactive
Bionik / My Arcade
BKOM Studios
Blade
Bloody
Borders
Bradley University
Brain & Brain
BRGames
Brigham Young University
Burly Men at Sea
Busan IT Industry Promotion Agency
Capcom USA
CaptoGlove
Cartoon Network
Chetu
China Press and Publication Pavilion
Cinkciarz.pl
Cinq-Mars Media
Civel Games
Clay Inc.
Click Entertainment
College Game Competition
Cougar
Cracked Heads
Creative Labs
Crytek
Daedalic Entertainment
Dell
Delphyq
Desert Child
Detention
DGL Group
DigiPen Institute of Technology
Dim Bulb Games
Disco Bear
Dispatch Games
DisplayLink
DreamScreen
DXRacer USA
E3 eSports Zone Powered by ESL
E3 Immersive Tech Zone
Engadget
Epic Games
ESA Foundation
Esports Amateur Competitors' League
Ewin
Extra Life
EZ Group
Facebook
FDCServers.net
Five for Inc.
Focus Home Interactive
Frog Fractions 2
Frontier Developments
Gadget-Bot
Game Cooks
Game Developers Conference
Game Informer
Game World Distributors, Inc.
Gameloft
GameSpot
Gaming Outfitters
Genertec - China Pavilion
GFuel
Gianty
Global 19
Google
Grey Box
Grinding Gear Games
GungHo Online Entertainment
Hackers of Resistance
Hasbro
Herald: An Interactive Period Drama - Book I & II
HideIt Mounts
Hoolai Interactive
Hori
HTC
Hyperkin
Idealens Technology
IGN
Illion Games
Immersion Corporation
InComm
IndieCade Showcase
InnoGames
Intel
International Game Developers Association (IGDA)
Interworks Unlimited
IV Productions
JoyTops
Kalypso Media
Konami Digital Entertainment
KontrolFreek
Lenovo
Lifeform
Little Buddy
Logitech G
Loot Crate
Macua Studios
Maximum Games
Mayflash
Mecca Electronics
MediaMation
Medion
Meet @ E3
Meta Threads
Microsoft
Mirage Interactive
MirraViz
Mobile and Social Game Pavilion
MomoCon/Dragon Con
MSI Computer
Multiverse
MyDream Interactive
Natsume
NCSoft
nDreams
NetEase (Hangzhou) Network
Netmarble
Nexon
Nexon America
Next Level Racing
Next Stage
Nintendo of America
Noblechairs
North
Nvidia
Nvidia: Indie Spotlight
Nyko Technologies
Oikospiel Book I
One Way Trip
Ossic
Otto Trading
Outlands
Packagd
Paracosma
Paradox Interactive
Park ESM
PC Gaming Show
Penguin Random House - Prima
Performance Designed Products
PhaseSpace
Pico Interactive Inc.
Plantronics
PolitiTruth
Polyarc
Polytechnique and NAD School
PowerA
Pro vs GI Joe / The Network
Psyonix
Puuba
RDS Industries
Raw Data
Raw Fury
Razer
Rebellion
Red Bull Media House
Red Candle Games
Retrobit
Rightside
Ringling College of Art and Design
Riot - Civil Unrest
Rizing Games
Roccat
Secret Location
Sega Europe
Shacknews
Skydance Interactive
Snakebyte Group
Sold Out
Sony Interactive Entertainment America
Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe
Southern Wars
Splash Damage
Sprint Vector
Square Enix
Studio RO
Survios
Swiftpoint
Take This AFK Room
Take-Two Interactive Software
TaleWorlds Entertainment
Team17
Techland Publishing
Telltale Games
Tencent America LLC
Tender Claws
The Big Journey
The Cat and the Coup
The Cat in the Hijab
The Hackers of Resistance
The Metronomicon
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)
The Wandering Ben
THQ Nordic Games
Thrustmaster
T-Mobile
Tobii AB
Tracking Ida
Tracking Ida Team
Turtle Beach
TVX Games
Twinbeard and Mostly Tigerproof
Twitch Interactive
Twitch Partner Lounge
U&I Entertainment
Ubisoft Entertainment
Ubisoft Retail
UCC Distributing
Ultrahaptics
Vampire: The Masquerade
Vertebrae
Video Game Voters Network
Virtual Virtual Reality
Virtuos
VirZoom
Visualdart
VR Amusement World
WangYuan ShengTang
Warhorse Studios
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
WhirlwindFX
White Wolf Entertainment
Wispfire
Worldwide Gaming TV Show
Wuhan Firegame
Xenoma
X-Games
XSeed Games
Xsens
Youcanstar
 
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May 30, 2018
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I don't know, I'm interested to see what Xbox and Ubi are doing.

Maybe WB is showing that Harry Potter game that leaked a while back?

Also looking forward to more ESO stuff and curious to see if Bethesda shows Starfield.

It's a far cry from what it used to be though.
 

Luke88

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Dec 29, 2018
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I think the fact people weren't surprised by Nintendo apparently opting out of E3 will make them consider the option seriously for next year
 

SuikerBrood

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Jan 21, 2018
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I understand why people don't like the ESA. But I don't understand why ResetERA is celebrating the death of a gaming centric week. Heck, the E3 made headlines in mainstream media every year. They talk about it on Dutch radio, there are newspaper articles about it, etc. I'm sad we won't have a big gaming week in the future.
 

blonded

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Oct 30, 2017
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Is Sony doing it's own show completely separate to E3 or is it just not doing anything around E3 time?
 

Masagiwa

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Jan 27, 2018
4,518
Still too many big publishers there to even consider sleeping on it. I'll be up watching as always.
 

Splader

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Feb 12, 2018
2,416
To be fair, Sony and Geoff Keighley not being there pretty much kills it for most people.
Edit: I just now realize this is probably sarcasm. If not, my post below applies.

Most people lol? So are most people just Sony fans and play literally no other games at all?

Elden Ring? The new Batman game? Babylons Fall?
Yeah I don't think that's true. At all.
 

Soap

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Oct 27, 2017
2,779
While I think E3 is in trouble that is basically every major studio outside of Sony.
 

Hero_Select

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Oct 27, 2017
546
I’m not one of those “i hope e3 dies” types.
E3 will always be the thing i care about the most every year in the video game world because it’s been Christmas morning levels for over 25-30 year’s for me. Whenever i first started getting EGM’s reading about them.

i don’t care if Pax or Gamescom is bigger
They are not the excitement levels that are e3 to me. When these other events are announced i don’t get hyped because the reveals aren’t as impactful imo
I agree. I love E3. I love having a day off, sitting at my computer and just relaxing and watching announcements and demos and interviews. I agree E3 needs to change to stay relevant but I dont want it to go away
 

LavaBadger

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Nov 14, 2017
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Will be curious to see what MS does. And obviously to see Nintendo's presentation. The rest... Not so much. (Maybe Ubi will surprise with something exciting? Maybe Bethesda will have Starfield ready, though I doubt that.)