SEGA will be exhibiting Total War: Warhammer behind closed doors at Koch Media's E3 booth, the publisher has confirmed.

Confirmation follows the news earlier this week that SEGA of America did not have plans to attend E3 with its own booth. Koch Media already assists SEGA with its physical distribution across parts of Europe, including Spain, France and Germany.

"Deep Silver/Koch Media are a key business partner for SEGA Europe, managing the distribution of packaged goods in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Benelux and Scandinavia," a SEGA representative said in a statement provided to VideoGamer.com.

"There was an opportunity for both companies to collaborate with a behind closed doors E3 presence for the recently announced, Total War: Warhammer, which will be distributed in the aforementioned regions by Koch Media. This activity underlines the strong working relationship the two companies enjoy and we look forward to a successful E3 for Total War: Warhammer."

It remains unclear, however, whether SEGA has plans to exhibit any other titles at the show, or whether it will be teaming up with any other partners to show them off.

Total War: Warhammer was formally announced for PC last month. A release date has yet to be announced.

Source: SEGA