How to Watch E3's PC Gaming Show, Wherever You Are

By Gizmodo UK on at

In case you hadn't noticed, E3 has started. You probably wouldn't have guessed looking at our homepage, but the games industry's biggest event of the year is currently taking place over in Los Angeles. We've already had the big conferences from Microsoft, EA, and Bethesda, but there's still plenty more to come. Ubisoft, Square Enix, Sony, Nintendo, and of course the PC-centric PC Gaming Show, which is being put together by our cooperate siblings at PC Gamer.

The show is back to celebrate all things PC gaming, and while it's not going to be as flashy or full of massive AAA announcements like the others, it's proven itself to be a great place for smaller developers to come along and chat about the games they're working on without the pressure of the razzle-dazzle. This years show will see Sean "Day[9]" Plott return as host, and you can expect plenty of news and footage about games heading to PC over the next 12 months and beyond.

The majority of you won't be in Los Angeles to watch it in person, but like all the shows you can tune in from home thanks to the power of livestreaming. The show starts at 11pm tonight, and will be steaming on Twitch, YouTube, Mixer, and Facebook, so you have plenty of choice. Naturally all the big news and announcements will be covered by our friends at Kotaku UK, GamesRadar, and (obviously) PC Gamer, so if you'd rather go to be then you can always catch up on the way to work tomorrow morning.