E3 2020’s PC Gaming Show Hasn’t Been Cancelled

The Annual PC Gaming Show Will Be Livestreamed in June

Despite the coronavirus pandemic cancelling E3 2020, the convention’s annual PC Gaming Show is still planned to be livestreamed on June 6th. PC Gamer, the website behind the show, announced Friday that the presentation will be streamed on sites such as Twitch.

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“PC gaming has prospered in the last decade because it’s the only gaming platform that belongs to everyone,” said PC Gamer’s Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti. “Some fantastic new games deserve recognition, and we look forward to making June 6 a day for viewers to experience what’s coming next.”

Notably, PC Gamer’s sister site, GamesRadar, also recently announced its own June gaming show that will showcase this year’s latest games and future titles. No specific date was given for the event but it will take place during the original E3 2020 week. GamesRadar also said to expect additional details in the near future.

What do you think of this news? Are you looking forward to the PC Gaming Show & GamesRadar’s show? Speak your mind in the comments section below the article.