Sign up for Xbox Live Beta
Microsoft has announced that sign-ups are now available for the beta version of Xbox Live’s 2012 update. The beta will update Xbox 360’s dashboard with new personalized recommendations and enhanced category search, as well as access to the Internet Explorer browser. Players who sign up for the beta will need to sign a non-disclosure agreement and will also be asked to fill out a five-minute survey once the beta period has ended.
Numbers for the beta are limited, so sign up as soon as possible if you’re interested. To register for the beta, visit the Xbox Live public beta sign up page on Microsoft’s official site.
E3 staying in LA for next 3 years
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has confirmed to Polygon that E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) will remain in the city of Los Angeles for the next three years at least.
"We have our clear path forward for the next three years in Los Angeles," said Michael Gallagher, president and CEO of the Entertainment Software Association. "Our show needs to have a runway for growth and LA is one of the few cities in the country that can project that pathway."
The news comes after two years of negotiations between the various parties concerned. The ESA has been investigating alternatives following the announcement that the Farmer's Field stadium was to be built on the current site of the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, next to Staples Center, both key venues for E3. It was worried that construction could affect attendances. Locations such as New York, San Francisco and Chicago were all thought to be under consideration.
E3 2013 is scheduled to take place at the LA Convention Center from June 11 to June 13.
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