It's Our Time: All about the #E3Takeover0 Comments
E3 is almost here. To me, this annual event is far more than an event where I can learn what games I'll actually want to play over the coming year or two. It is the event where I first learned who I was and what I wanted to do with my life and the event where I've made some pretty big strides in pursuit of my career goals.
This year, the stakes are even higher. Earlier this year, I was approached by the Entertainment Software Association, the very organization that runs the E3 event, about forming a team to "take over" the E3 social media during the event.
Forming the team took some time, as I felt it was better to use this to give a break to people who could use one rather than to people who already have millions of followers online. People who are putting in the work and know what that phrase means. People who are positive and willing to help others all while they are advancing themselves.
Starting first thing on Wednesday, June 17 we will be sharing our adventures from the E3 convention floor in real time, to be shared from the official E3 social media outlets as well as our own, using the hashtag #E3Takeover.
To learn more about those of us involved, follow these accounts on Twitter and keep up with our adventures from the king of video game industry events.
- E3: @E3
- Patrick Scott Patterson: @OriginalPSP
- Rachel Lara: @iRachelLara
- Genese Davis: @GeneseDavis
- Paola Alejandra: @PancakePow
- Brittney Brombacher: @BlondeNerd
Also, on Thursday June 18 will be another takeover in conjuntion with the ESA Foundation by teacher and world record dance gamer Carrie Swidecki. Follow her @CarrieSwidecki for more information on this amazing and tireless video game personality and champion.
See you at E3!