E3 2014 is just a few months away and a lot of people are anticipating it. If you are one of the more ?serious? gamers, then it would have been more than once that you thought, that you would want to attend the event.
There are a number of reasons why you simply ?CAN?T? attend. These might be because you are nowhere near the place or don?t have the money to get there. Actually, even if you are nearby and have the money, there?s a 90 percent chance that you are not under any gaming company and you?re not in the gaming business.
So is there no way that you would be in any E3 event ever? Not really. You can actually attend the event via the Internet and that?s where Twitch, a video platform and community for gamers, comes in. It will be integrated and scattered around the entire event premises including E3 Insider.
Twitch feed will also be featured in monitors throughout the event halls, lounges and center halls. Attendees of the event will surely appreciate that they would be able to see what?s going on in other areas of the event, but more importantly, gamers who have access to Twitch will also be able to see all the happenings in the event live.
?Live video has changed the video game industry in a fundamental way and transformed how gamers learn, communicate and share their passion for games,? says chief revenue officer for Twitch, Jonathan Simpson-Bint. According to him, Twitch aims to immerse consumers E3 online presence with all the much anticipated segment of the event such as exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes footages and more.
E3?s main goal with their partnership with Twitch is to boost the global presence of the most popular video game event and this will make sure that nobody misses the important chunks of the event that sometimes get left out in the post process for streams and videos that are posted after the event.