It's not officially part of E3, but with all the major Star Wars titles, a new Need for Speed and the ongoing Battlefield and FIFA franchises, EA's pre-E3 conference is worth watching nonetheless.
Here's how EA plans to kick the weekend off. Sunday morning Australian time, EA will open the doors to their EA Play event. It's basically a media/public hands-on event, with hundreds of stations featuring eight separate games EA is showing off this year.
An hour beforehand - at 0300 AWST / 0430 ACST / 0500 AEST / 0700 NZST - EA will livestream a press conference which, for all intents and purposes, will be just like every other E3 conference. There will be a chunk of time in the middle dedicated to EA Sports stuff, probably one or two surprise indie games, Origin will get mentioned at some point, and then a whole lot of Star Wars stuff.
The stream won't go live until probably an hour or half an hour before the conference starts. When it does, however, you can tune in via the Twitch stream below:
There's also a YouTube stream, if that works better:
If you're interested in the rest of the conferences, you can view those below in our handy infographic.