Although Nintendo President of America Reggie Fils-Aime stated that Nintendo's E3 conference was only going to be about games--no doubt meant to be a slug at Sony and Microsoft, as both featured plenty of other entertainment mediums during their conferences--Nintendo still managed to sneak in news of non-game related content for the Wii U in its press conference.
Besides plugging endlessly at the company's social media feeds to publicize its two other conferences for more Wii U and 3DS related news, Fils-Aime also managed to slip in the fact that Nintendo, like its competitors, would also be offering up video streaming services. He quickly glossed over the fact that Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Instant Video would be coming to the Wii U.
Unfortunately, the announcement didn't come with any other video streaming logos to offer hints about what's to come. For now, the Wii U will just have to make do with those four streaming services. Will Nintendo have other video streaming partnerships announced in time for the Wii U's launch to compete with the entertainment powerhouse that Microsoft has made the Xbox 360?