E3 2019, one of the largest video game industry conferences, is almost here. During the three-day event, the PC Gaming Show will return with big reveals.

The show, hosted by our sister site PC Gamer, will be sponsored by Epic Games and hosted by streamer Sean "Day[9]" Plott and esports presenter Frankie Ward. 

We can expect developer interviews, demos and trailers at the PC Gaming Show. Of course, there will also be some gaming announcements with Epic revealing new games, including exclusives, coming to its store.

Other developers will take to the stage as well, including Annapurna Interactive, Chucklefish, Digital Extremes, Digital Uppercut, E-WIN, Fatshark, Fellow Traveller, Frontier Developments, Funcom, Modus Games, Paradox Interactive, Perfect World Entertainment, Raw Fury, Rebellion, Re-Logic and Tripwire Interactive, among others yet to be announced.

How to Watch the PC Gaming Show

It will take place at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET on June 10 at Los Angeles' Mayan Theater. Gamers can stream the event live on PC Gamer's Twitch channel, but if you'll be in the Los Angeles area during E3, you can also reserve free tickets here.

"This year's livestream will present more announcements and new trailers than any previous PC Gaming Show," said Evan Lahti, PC Gamer's editor-in-chief.

Source: PC Gamer

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  • PeachNCream - Saturday, May 18, 2019 - link

    Given the prices for hardware and the insistence of companies at ramping up the margins for anything they stick the word "gaming" onto, I think most of us that may have been interested in gaming are now priced out of keeping up with modern system requirements. Aside from a few kids with fantasies about becoming eSports professionals (with all the basement dwelling obesity and pasty-faced acne that implies) I just don't see how there's much of a market for resurrecting something like this. Reply
  • nikon133 - Monday, May 20, 2019 - link

    I am traditionally PC gamer and still keep gaming-capable PC (far from top end) but mostly game consoles these days. I mean, original release PS4 from end of 2013 is still doing fine. Yes it hasn't improved much (save for devs learning how to squeeze a bit more out of it) but I'm still having fun with it. Just finished Spider-Man, and before it RDR2 and God of War. All great titles that punch over their waistline.

    I just got tired of pixel peeping and chasing that last possible frame-per-second... once i got over of dry tech part of the games, found them as enjoying for story and art... even if they don't run 60 and over fps.
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  • khanikun - Monday, May 20, 2019 - link

    Don't buy those things that say "gaming" on them. The benefit of PCs is that there's a wide variety of hardware for purchase to setup a rig that will meet modern system requirements (which aren't ever all that high).

    Minimum system requirements tend to be super low, while even recommended system requirements aren't high. It's usually all mid-range part requirements. Can easily setup it up a whole pc (os, pc, monitor, mouse, keyboard) for $1500 or less to meet the recommended system requirements.

    Now as far as this PC Gaming Show, who cares. How many ppl actually watch these things? I just need a website with a list of the games or hardware they plan on releasing, any specs list of them, and release dates. I don't want to hear some random person that's part of the team who is making whatever try to promote their stuff.

    I'd only be interested in the show if they had all the stuff their planning to release, in the hands of review sites trying it out, and then those reviewers talk about it. Although, I'd still much prefer it written out instead.
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  • wumpus - Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - link

    "Gaming" is the new "audiophile". If you want RGB everywhere, buy "gaming" gear. Otherwise, stay away. Note that this probably doesn't work very well for GPUs, where the non-gaming uses (professional CAD, 3d modeling, HPC, etc.) tend to require significantly more expensive GPUs.

    Years ago the situation was reversed. I felt some of this stuff would be ideal for a client, but didn't want them to do an internet search (google had competition way back then) and see the network gear I suggested was being pushed for LAN parties...
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  • Opencg - Sunday, May 19, 2019 - link

    At this point I'm so tired of the hype train. I can't get excited for a game from a trailer or short gameplay recording anymore. When it comes out I'll hear the word of mouth on if it's a quality piece of software or a broken cash grab. Mostly I expect the latter. Reply
  • khanikun - Monday, May 20, 2019 - link

    Ya, why I pretty much don't preorder anything anymore, nor even buy it on release day. Like 80-90% of games on release day are garbage and require half a year or more to get fixed. That's if they get fixed. Reply
  • MDD1963 - Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - link

    I can't wait for Rage 2! (Oh, wait, another complete and utter flop that looks like it was made for 8-9 year olds....; never mind!) Reply

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