MCV readying ‘Alternative Guide To E3’ and more for next month

E3 is now under three weeks away, and MCV is gearing up with programme of content that runs before, during and after the show.

In the run up to the Los Angeles games show we’ll be publishing our series of Must See emails. Just like the guides and alerts we put together for Gamescom 2014 these highlight key exhibitors and products.

Then on June 12th, MCV will publishing its widely-read show edition of the magazine: The Alternative Guide To E3.

This edition of the magazine will reveal secrets to surviving the major games expo, and will also feature some of the companies and games you should see – and we’re not just talking about the big publishers.

That special magazine will be going to LA, with an extra 8,000 copies being printed on top of MCV’s normal circulation.

But that’s not all. MCV will be publishing four special ‘e-dailies’, featuring the latest news, interviews and analysis from MCV’s expert editorial team. These new format daily newsletters will accompany our regular daily digest and newsflash services will arrive in your inbox on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the show.

This accompaniment to our extensive round-the-clock coverage on will offer key analysis, exclusive stories

And even if the show’s done in mid-June, we will keep going.

On the final day of the show, MCV will be publishing the biggest news to come out of E3 in our June 19th edition of the magazine, while the June 25th edition will come with interviews, analysis and in-depth reporting from the E3 show floor.

There are many ways for companies of all sizes to get involved. Our marketing solutions have options for every budget. Contact Conor Tallon on or call 01992 535 647 to find out more.

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