EA Play 2017 live stream time announced

More details about Electronic Arts' pre-E3 event.

EA Play 2017

The EA Play 2017 “live broadcast experience” will begin on June 10 at 12:00 p.m. PT / 3:00 p.m. ET at EA.com, Electronic Arts announced.

The broadcast will “celebrate” Electronic Arts’ players and biggest games of the year ahead.

Electronic Arts has a full list of events and activities planned for EA Play 2017. Here’s the outline provided on its official blog:

  • At noon PST on Saturday, June 10 we’ll begin the weekend of EA PLAY with an all-new broadcast experience specifically designed for our players viewing around the world, with a live audience joining us in Hollywood. Be sure to tune in as we celebrate our amazing players and our biggest games of the year ahead.
  • Hundreds of our global community creators will be participating in the EA Game Changers Creators Cave, in the heart of the Hollywood Palladium. This dedicated space provides opportunities for our creators to capture early game footage, edit content to share, live stream directly from the show, and to interact with our studio development teams.
  • And at the center of the onsite event will be a Player Fanfest that will feature over 140 hands-on gaming stations, demos, live music and more.

According to Electronic Arts, all of these elements have been built with both attendees and online viewers in mind.

Of course, as previously announced, those attending the event will also be able to go hands-on with games such as Star Wars Battlefront II and the next Need for Speed.

EA Play 2017 will run from June 10 to 12 at the Hollywood Palladium. Tickets will be available free of charge starting April 20.

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