How to watch PC Gamer’s E3 PC Gaming Show live

During E3 2017 our friends and colleagues at PC Gamer will be hosting the third annual PC Gaming Show, which will focus on the latest and greatest games that we’ll get to play on our rigs.

The PC Gaming Show will be preceded by a keynote from Intel, who also sponsor the show, so it looks like it’s going to be an exciting couple of hours for PC gamers.

Microsoft, EA and Bethesda have all had their E3 showcases which were heavy on PC gaming reveals, but if you’re hungry for more – and Microsoft’s new Xbox One X didn’t excite you – then read on to find out how to watch PC Gamer’s E3 PC Gaming Show live.

When does PC Gamer’s E3 PC Gaming Show start?

The 2017 PC Gaming Show starts on Monday, June 12 at 10 AM Pacific time, which is 1 PM ET, 6 PM BST, 3 AM June 13 AEST.

If you want to catch Intel’s conference, tune in 45 minutes beforehand to see what the chipmaker has in store.

How to watch PC Gamer’s E3 PC Gaming Show live

The PC Gaming Show will be livestreamed from PC Gamer’s Twitch page (opens in new tab), and that stream is embedded below so you don’t even need to leave this webpage to view it!

It will also be shown live on Facebook (opens in new tab), and Microsoft’s Mixer livestreaming platform (opens in new tab). PC Gamer will be broadcasting the show through Steam (opens in new tab) as well – a first for the conference.

To find out more, head over to PC Gamer (opens in new tab) for what to expect from this year’s show.

  • E3 is the world's largest exhibition for the games industry, stuffed full of the latest and greatest games, consoles, and gaming hardware. TechRadar is reporting live from Los Angeles all week to bring you the very latest from the show floor. Head to our dedicated E3 2017 hub to see all the new releases, along with TechRadar's world-class analysis and buying advice about the next year in gaming.
Matt Hanson
Managing Editor, Core Tech

Matt is TechRadar's Managing Editor for Core Tech, looking after computing and mobile technology. Having written for a number of publications such as PC Plus, PC Format, T3 and Linux Format, there's no aspect of technology that Matt isn't passionate about, especially computing and PC gaming. Ever since he got an Amiga A500+ for Christmas in 1991, he's loved using (and playing on) computers, and will talk endlessly about how The Secret of Monkey Island is the best game ever made.