The PC Gaming Show at E3 will be streamed live today at 7:30pm GMT/ 11:30am PDT and you can watch it live right here.
Hosted by Sean Plott, the show is scheduled to last around 1 hour and 30 minutes and will take place at the theater at Ace Hotel in Hollywood.
The PC Gaming Show will feature new game reveals, updates on all of our much-loved series, and views from PC developers including Bohemia Interactive, Relic Entertainment / SEGA, Studio Wildcard, TaleWorlds Entertainment, Torn Banner Studios, Tripwire Interactive, and more besides.
You can watch the live stream below.
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