Other than its Digital Event, Nintendo will be hosting Treehouse sessions throughout the show. "members of the Treehouse, Nintendo of America's Product Development division, will be live-streaming a wide variety of game demos directly from the show floor." said Nintendo.
Treehouse Live will broadcast:Tuesday, 10 June, 11:35 AM PT - 4:00pm PDTWednesday, 11 June, 9:15 AM PT - 6:00pm PDTThursday, 12 June, 9:30 AM PT - 5:00pm PDT
Fans of Super Smash Bros will be able to watch the first ever public tournament of the game involving 16 'highly-skilled' players. It will take place on 10 June at 4pm PDT and be live streamed on the E3 and Nintendo Twitch channels.
Furthermore, fans can even play the game at participating Best Buy stores before it's released between 11 June 9pm and 14 June 5pm - Smash-Fest @ Best Buy. The first 70 fans who pre-order the game at each event will get a collectible Super Smash Bros. gold coin.
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