E3 2021 is less than a month away and you might expect, the rumour mill is going into overdrive. On the Nintendo front, we've just seen one prominent leaker suggesting that we'll get a "Pokémon Presents" broadcast in June too.
As advised by Kelios - who helped release footage of Pokémon Legends: Arceus and Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl before either got official confirmation - this upcoming presentation will confirm release dates for MOBA entry Pokémon Unite, alongside the Diamond/Pearl remakes.
Rumours Suggest We're Getting A New "Pokémon Presents" Broadcast Next Month
If true, this would follow on nicely from The Pokémon Company's previous broadcast in February, which confirmed these upcoming remakes would launch in "Late 2021". As for Unite, a closed beta went live in Canada this March, but we've had no indications to a potential release date.
So far, all Kelios confirms is that we'll see this broadcast in "early June", meaning it could arrive just before Nintendo's big E3 showcase, perhaps as a way to not let it dominate their main presentation. Nintendo's done this before for Pokémon in 2017 and 2019, so we certainly wouldn't rule it out here.