The third annual PC Gaming Show is just days away! On Monday, we’ll be broadcasting live from E3 in Los Angeles with game announcements, new trailers, and candid talks with developers as returning host Sean ‘Day’ Plott presents E3’s only PC showcase. Here’s when to watch, how to watch, and what to expect from 2017’s show.
When to watch
The 2017 PC Gaming Show kicks off Monday, June 12 at 10 am Pacific, and will be preceded by the Intel Conference at 9:15 am. Consult the handy spreadsheet below if you’re not sure where your timezone fits in, or try this auto-converter to see when we’ll be broadcasting in your area.
How to watch
The PC Gaming Show will be broadcast live at twitch.tv/pcgamer, on Facebook, and on Mixer starting with the Intel Conference at 9:15 am. And for the first time ever, we’ll also be broadcasting live through Steam, if you don’t want to stray too far from your game library.
For live audio translations (Deutsch, Español, ру́сский язы́к, 中文) visit pcgamingshow.com and select your language preference below the livestream.
What to expect
• A major announcement from Firaxis Games.
• A new game from Klei Entertainment, creators of Mark of the Ninja, Don’t Starve, and Oxygen Not Included.
• New BattleTech footage, with brand new info from creator Jordan Weisman.
• A live demo of Wargroove, the Advanced Wars-style game from Chucklefish.
• A visit from PlayerUnknown, revealing what’s next for Battlegrounds.
• An exciting new announcement from Tripwire Interactive.
• New footage and details from the PC games we’re most looking forward to.
• Much more!