Where to watch tonight's PlayStation Meeting on Polygon and elsewhere

Sony will hold its PlayStation Meeting 2013 tonight starting at 6 p.m. ET in New York City to unveil "the future" of the PlayStation brand, and the event will also be available online in several locations — including Polygon.

You'll be able to watch the event within a post on the PlayStation Blog. Polygon will have the same streaming video embedded in our liveblog, so you can turn to us for some play-by-play and color commentary. You'll also be able to see the event live on PlayStation.com and on your PS3 through PlayStation Home. You can find a link to the latter under the "What's New" section on the PlayStation 3's Xross Media Bar.

On the social network side, we'll be updating everything on Twitter and Facebook. Sony will also be posting updates on its official Twitter account — continuing to use the #playstation2013 hashtag — and Facebook page.

Polygon will be at the event tonight to bring you all of the news. Our coverage will begin before the PlayStation Meeting with a pre-show chat, continue on through all of the announcements with a liveblog and wrap it all up with a post-meeting video show. Be sure to stick with us throughout the day to see what Sony's got in store for the future.

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