E3 2019: All The Game Companies Attending The Big Event

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Now Playing: All The E3 2019 Press Conferences: Xbox, Nintendo, Bethesda, Ubisoft, And More - GS News Update

E3 2019 is almost upon us, and after more than 20 years the massive gaming expo is undergoing some changes. Following successive years of tweaks including opening the show to the public, this year a few of the largest developers--most notably, platform-holder Sony--have pulled out of the show floor in lieu of their own off-site messaging or events.

The LA Convention Center is still packed with companies showing their wares, though, from game studios and publishers, hardware manufacturers, and gaming outlets. The LA Convention Center will still be bustling with activity in mid-June.

The show officially begins on Tuesday, June 11, but several companies will be hosting their own press conferences and special presentations before then. Those include mainstays like Nintendo and Microsoft, alongside relative newcomers like Limited Run Games. Once again the week surrounding E3 will have several adjacent events, like EA's annual EA Play, Nintendo's invitational tournaments, and newly this year, a Fortnite Block Party the weekend directly after E3 ends. You can check out all the planned events in our press conference schedule.

While many of the big companies have their own events, there are also those like PC Gaming Show, which will consist of news and games from a variety of companies. We don't know specifically what to expect from that show, although Rebellion has confirmed that Evil Genius 2 will show up there, along with the reveal of a "major" unannounced title. And there will continue to be plenty of news before the show, including from companies who aren't in attendance. We'll learn about Destiny 2's "next chapter" soon, and we've already heard about Death Stranding's release date and Call of Duty 2019 being Modern Warfare.

Check out the full list of participating companies below.

Every Company Attending 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

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