The at the LA Convention center doors won’t open until Tuesday afternoon, but if you want to stay up on all of the breaking E3 news Spike TV has you covered. Starting at 11:30 AM ET/ 8:30 AM PT TODAY you’ll be able to tune in to over 17 hours of live coverage on Spike TV or the simulcast on GameTrailers.com, and right here, to see press conferences, game demos, interviews, news and more.
Monday’s on-air coverage will include the Microsoft and EA press conferences, along with interviews with Phil Spencer, Kevin Smith and special guest host Sir Peter Molyneux. In addition to the coverage, throughout the day you’ll be able to catch the Ubisoft and Sony press conferences on your desktop, phone or tablet by going to AllAccess.Spike.com. Spike TV will wrap up their first day of coverage with a primetime special at 10 PM ET/ 7 PM PT and will include exclusive looks at Halo 4, NBA2K13, Elder Scrolls Online and Star Wars 1313.
Tuesday morning Spike and GameTrailers do it all over again, starting with a digital-only pre-show at 11:30 AM ET/ 8:30 AM PT before going live to the Nintendo press briefing. Following all of the huge announcements from the Big N, Spike TV’s Geoff Keighley will sit down with Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Amie to recap all of the latest on the Wii U and the 3DS. Live coverage will continue throughout the day, both on-air and online, rounding out 17 hours of live coverage, and over 50 exclusive premieres that you can’t see anywhere else.
If you want to find out everything that's happening over on GT over the next few days, check out the full schedule for a look at all of their upcoming gaming coverage.