Sony will once again stream their E3 press conference in theatres across the U.S., the company announced this morning.
On Monday, June 15th at 6 pm PST, Sony’s E3 conference will be streamed in at least one theatre in every state across the U.S., including Hawaii and Alaska, as well as three cities in Canada.
Following the conference, The Game Awards producer Geoff Keighley will host a 30-minute in-theatre post show consisting of interview with developers. Additionally, all theatre attendees will receive PlayStation goods and digital codes.
Free tickets for the “PlayStation Experience”—which is what Sony are calling this event—will be made available on Wednesday, May 27th, starting at 9 am PST at this site. 80% of theatre capacity will be reserved for ticket holders, with 20% held for those on the waiting list. These folks will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Finally, Sony’s PlayStation LiveCast show will kick off on June 15th at 5:45 pm PST, with game demos, new trailers, and developer interviews for the next three days.