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E3 2011: Sony Press Conference Date / Start Time, No Live Stream Yet

Last week we informed you of a potentially huge leak involving Sony’s plans for E3 2011 this Summer, but now the company has officially confirmed the start date and time for their keynote press conference speech in Los Angeles.

We can now confirm to you that Sony’s press conference will take place on June 6th, at 5PM (PT) in the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, as reported from VG247. Interestingly, the public segment of E3 2011 doesn’t actually start until June 7th, so Sony are doing something different this time around since they are usually last to unveil their goods after Microsoft and Nintendo.

Of course, we don’t know the dates for those keynotes yet, so there could still be a twist yet. Aside from the start date and time, we didn’t hear any information about a live stream yet, unfortunately. We’re praying that this changes though in the weeks before the event, as there’s no greater feeling than watching everything unfold live on stage.

We don’t know what Sony are going to announce yet, aside from the rumors, but you can bet that they’ll finally give a solid name, price and launch date for the NGP aka PSP2. Obviously, we’ll fill you in when we find out more possible reveals for Sony’s keynote. Will you be tuning in on June 6th?

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

Contact Alan Ng: alan@product-reviews.net

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