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While we won't be returning to the large scale press conferences of the past, the company has a number of big things to discuss in their usual Nintendo Direct format.

Nintendo has finally announced its plans for E3 2017 and those who want more information on the Nintendo Switch and its growing library of games will be happy to know that the platform will be receiving the spotlight this year.

Fans would want to know if any of these partners will actually put out a game on the new console, and E3 2017 will be the flawless time to bring out Nintendo Switch's big guns. The show will be streamed live, and will include details about Super Mario Odyssey and other Switch games.

- Super Mario Odyssey will be playable for the first time on the E3 floor. In addition to gameplay, the livestream will include behind-the-scenes info and commentary from game developers and members of the Nintendo Treehouse.

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The chief ministers of Bihar, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand were in attendance. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Telangana's K.C.

Nintendo's E3 booth will host a couple of tournaments during E3, including competitions between ARMS and Splatoon 2 players.

So far this year, Nintendo has sold 2.7 million Switch units and 5.5 million Switch games, according to its latest earnings report. Previously E3 was only a media and business event, making tournaments like this not really pertinent. While first party titles will be releasing throughout the year at a steady pace, the same can not be said about big third party releases, and it seems like Nintendo wants to change this as quickly as possible.

Fans can watch all of the content on Nintendo's dedicated video stream, which will run from the floor starting June 13 through to June 15.

Immediately following the Spotlight, another Nintendo Treehouse event starts. The second tournament will be the Arms Open Invitational, which features the Nintendo Switch fighting game, Arms. This is a good news for the buyers of Nintendo Switch, and more of an assurance from Nintendo that they are personally taking care and monitoring things about the third-party games that are now in development for Nintendo Switch. Nintendo Switch Edition will be digitally released today on the Nintendo eShop. It also began hosting Treehouse livestreams at E3.