E3 2013: all your press conference times in one place

UPDATE - Watch the E3 2013 Sony press conference live stream on PSU.

The video game industry will be turning all its attention to Los Angeles next week, as all three platform holders will be out in force for what is going to be unequivocally one of the biggest E3's in its lengthy history. After all, not only will we be getting a glimpse at the hottest upcoming releases, but Sony and Microsoft are poised to fully unveil their next-generation consoles in the shape of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, respectively.

Aside from press events from the Big Three (well, in Nintendo’s case, a more subdued Nintendo Direct broadcast), major publishers such as Electronic Arts and Ubisoft will also be hosting press conferences of their own, eager to share with us the latest upcoming triple-A software releases.

Naturally there’s a lot to take in, but to make your viewing pleasure slightly easier, we’ve compiled a list of all press conferences and the times they’re due to kick off, allowing you to slot them into your diary without fear of missing anything.

Check them out below.

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Microsoft press conference: June 10 @ 9.30 a.m. PST / 5.30 p.m. BST
Electronic Arts press conference: June 10 @ 1.00 p.m. / 9.00 p.m. BST
Ubisoft press conference: June 10 @ 3.00 p.m. / 11.00 p.m. BST
Sony press conference: June 10 @ 6.00 p.m. PST / 2.00 a.m. BST
Nintendo E3 Direct: June 11 @ 7.00 a.m. / 3.00 p.m. BST


Sony’s press conference will be available to stream in the usual place such as the PlayStation Blog, but you can also watch it on the PlayStation Vita too. More details on this are expected to drop soon.

PSU.com will be attending E3, so stay tuned for more details.

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