Registration for EA Play 2017 has now begun

If you enjoy EA titles and live in Los Angeles, you might want to take the time to register and attend EA Play 2017. It is free with registration, and is a relatively new experience that was only held for the first time in 2016. The three day event will take place right before E3, from June 10 through the 12.

EA Play will offer fans a chance to play the latest and greatest when it comes to games. Perhaps one of the biggest titles that is sure to be popular at the show is the recently announced Star Wars Battlefront II. The firm will also be showing off its next Need for Speed title, along with games from its sports division like Madden NFL 18, FIFA 18 and NBA Live18. Those who will not be able to attend, will be able to catch the show online via a 90-minute live stream. More details about the experience can be found down below.

  • At noon PDT 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, livestream 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.

If you're interested, be sure to head to the source link where you can register to attend. Be sure to also try your hand at obtaining a ticket for E3 through the Xbox FanFest.

Source: EA

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