E3 is just a month away and it looks like Nintendo is looking to make this year better than the last. Today Nintendo announced their plans for E3 in a very comedic video featuring Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aimé. As usually fans can expect on June 16 at 9am PT Nintendo’s Digital Event that will feature the latest updates and new trailers of highly anticipated titles, possible unveiling of new titles coming to Nintendo and maybe it will shed some light about Nintendo’s plans in the mobile gaming market. The E3 digital event will be followed up by a special live from the show floor stream of Nintendo Treehouse which is expected to run from June 16-18. The game giant also announced that fans across North America will have their chance to take part in the E3 experience by having access to play Mario Maker at Best Buy Location on June 17 & June 20. Fans are promised that they will be able to play a variety of levels that range in difficulty. Nintendo didn’t stop there as they saved their biggest announcement for last, the return of Nintendo World Championships. For the first time in 25 years Nintendo is bringing back Nintendo World Championships that will put Nintendo’s biggest fans against each other in head to head gaming combat. Fans can tune into the World Championship live stream on Sunday June 14th. If you want to see if you got what it takes to compete qualifying competitions take place May 30th.