"E3 goes public and HBO Now hits 2M subs"
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E3 goes public and HBO Now hits 2M subs
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For the first time ever, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it's known, will open its doors to the public.
The biggest video game expo on Earth will sell 15,000 tickets starting February 13th at $150 for a three-day pass.
A price will jump up a $100 to $250 after the first 1000 tickets are sold.
E3 2017 will run June 13th to the 15th.
Video games streaming giant Twitch introducing a new organization tool called Communities to better help its audience find specific stream.
The new hub format will let users submit screen centered around a certain game or non-gaming topic.
As popular as Twitch continues to be, sifting through its ever growing library of content, is proving to be a difficult task.
Finally according to variety, HBOs ala carte premium subscription service HBO now, has surpassed two million subscribers.
First debuting in April of 2015, HBO NOW marked the first time consumers could receive HBO content without a standard cable TV subscription.
HBO is currently exploring more platforms to offer HBO NOW.
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