EA Play Comes To Hollywood

EA Play Comes To Hollywood

Electronic Arts developed the EA Play Convention after they decided to stop participating in the 2015 E3 Convention. In 2016 the EA Play Convention made it’s debut outside E3 in Los Angeles, CA. Now returning for 2017, EA Play comes to Hollywood, CA to host their convention in the days leading up to E3.

The convention showcases everything EA has been working on over the year and gives players the chance to compete in events or talk to developers.

From EA Sports to Bioware and beyond, attendees of the convention or streamers from around the world get exclusive content on their favorite EA games. Here’s what you need to know about attending.


Attending EA Play

For those who make it to Hollywood, CA and attend the event, will be in for a great time. Getting the opportunity to go hands on with the newest titles.

In 2016 EA Play featured the new Titanfall 2, along with their EA Sports lineup; NHL 17, Madden NFL 17 and Fifa 17. Players also got to chat with developers of their favorite games.

This year is no different with the news of Star Wars Battlefront and EA’s new Need For Speed titles taking center stage at the event. These titles will ride alongside EA Sports upcoming titles: Madden NFL 18, Fifa 18 and the highly anticipated return of NBA Live 18.


Streaming EA Play

Live stream of the EA Play will be available for the duration of the event. This will provide viewers with in-depth game play of all the showcased titles. Live events, competitions and exclusive interviews with the development teams behind your favorite EA titles.

EA Play runs from June 10th-12th, just days before E3 on June 14th-16th. Tickets go on sale April 20th at 9:00 AM (PST).

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Brett Middleton
Born in Boston, MA and raised by a professional hockey player, sports have always been in my blood. A duel citizen of the US and Canada, finishing up a Bachelors in Science for Game Development and Reprogramming with a minor in Mathematics at Southern New Hampshire University. I enjoy traveling, moved from Boston, Massachusetts to Montreal Quebec, Detroit, Michigan and currently residing in Portland Oregon. I play League of Legends, hockey games (both in real life and virtually), football, and a big fan of RPGs, Final Fantasy's, Mass Effects and Dragon Ages, along with classic N64 and pinball games. I read a lot of comics, skateboard, snowboard and kayak. Writing has always been a pleasure in my free time and look forward to discussing, expanding and influencing our perspectives on gaming.