At a roundtable meeting this week, ESA CEO Mike Gallagher revealed that the organisation may be looking at the possibility of other locations for the event if the Los Angeles Conference Center does not modernize and upgrade the facility.
Gallagher said that he hoped the venue would renovate to increase the floor space and make the hall more contiguous, as reported by Gamespot.
Gamesindustry.biz revealed that E3 2018 and 2019 were already booked in the LA venue but no decision has been made yet for 2020.
Public tickets have yet to be confirmed for E3 2018 as the organisers gather feedback from attendees, both industry and consumer, before confirming how the show will be structured next year.
According to the organisers ESA, E3 2017 attendance was 68,400 – its biggest show in terms of attendance.