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The Joystiq Network's E3 coverage kicks off

Our network is abuzz with E3 news this week. Our friends over at Joystiq and Massively are hard at work in the convention coal mines, doing their best to bring us the best coverage they possibly can. If you're interested in gaming outside of World of Warcraft and want a rundown of the day's events, this post is for you.

We will be covering just the last 24 (or so) hours in this E3 roundup, so if you're interested in any of the information that came in over the weekend or early Monday, I highly recommend checking out the entirety of both Joystiq's coverage and Massively's coverage.

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WoW Insider at Joystiq E3 reader meetup this Friday

This week's annual gaming industry showcase convention, E3, is not something we usually focus on here at WoW Insider. Blizzard doesn't participate, so there is little for us to report on. However, for our mother site, Joystiq, and our sister site, Massively, E3 is their BlizzCon. Though players cannot attend E3 (it's for industry professionals only), Joystiq is throwing a reader meetup at a La Cita bar in Los Angeles from 5:30-9 p.m. for local fans, and WoW Insider will be there representing.

I'll be there, your humble WI Editor-in-Chief Dan O'Halloran, with my WoW Insider shirt on for easy identification. Come on by and say hello! I'd love to meet you -- and I may have some WoW goodies to give away if you're early enough. Unfortunately, since this event is being hosted in a bar, you must be 21 or older to attend.

Check out the Joystiq announcement for details and directions.

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