On June 11, Nintendo will qualify for the E3 with the inaugural rounds of the Splatoon 2 World Championship tournament, which will feature teams from the US / Canada, Japan, Europe and Australia / New Zealand. The finals will take place the next day, as well as the Super Smash Bros. 201
On June 12, Nintendo will be releasing a video with the upcoming Super Smash Bros. as well as games to be released in 2018. Games released after 2018 will not be featured during the E3, Nintendo said in its announcement. Following the presentation of the video, Nintendo launches Nintendo Treehouse: Live, which features three days of live gameplay, developer appearances and insider insights into forthcoming games, including Super Smash Bros. for switches. The tournaments, the video presentation and Nintendo Treehouse: Live will air on YouTube and Twitch. You can also see Nintendo's website E3 2018 here.
From June 12-14, E3 visitors will be able to visit Nintendo's stand at the Los Angeles Convention Center to play a selection of games, including the new Super Smash Bros. According to Nintendo, some will soon be Switch will also be screened at E3 for upcoming third-party games
Nintendo will release more details about the E3 and its events in the coming weeks.