When and where to watch Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and everyone else at E3 2014

E3 2014 is here, and even if you're not in Los Angeles, there will be plenty to watch as it happens. Companies like Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft will be broadcasting their latest and greatest reveals, showcasing game returning to E3 and things we've never seen before. What follows is a list of the events you can watch and the games you can see live from E3.

We'll have news hitting as it breaks, all of which you can see right here.

In addition to livestreams of press conferences and other big E3 2014 events, Polygon will stream pre-show and post-show video with reaction to all the news. We're also going to be showing gameplay footage and video interviews throughout the week, including appearances by a huge list of games, some embargoed surprises and a bunch of special guests.

Check out the rundown of our E3 livestream schedule for details.


The Xbox E3 2014 media briefing begins Monday, June 9, at 12:30 p.m. ET. You can watch it on your Xbox devices and on our YouTube channel. Microsoft will start its coverage at 12 p.m. with a pre-show green carpet and continue streaming after the event on the official Xbox Twitch page.


Sony's E3 press conference will kick off June 9 at 9 p.m. ET. Those not in attendance at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena can watch along on PlayStation's Twitch channel and Twitch's E3 channel. Or you could always watch it at your local movie theater.


Nintendo is skipping the traditional E3 press conference for the second year in a row, but you can catch its "digital event" June 10 at 12 p.m. ET on the company's official Twitch channel.

The company will also broadcast a series of Nintendo Treehouse events, where Nintendo will show off its E3 games. Shigeru Miyamoto will appear sometime in the afternoon of Tuesday, June 10. All of those events will be available on Nintendo's official Twitch channel.

The Super Smash Bros. Invitational tournament will kick off at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, June 10 and be broadcast on Nintendo's Twitch channel and Twitch's E3 channel.


Electronic Arts will hold its E3 2014 Preview June 9 at 3 p.m. ET, where the company reportedly plans to unveil six new games. You can watch the event on EA's official Twitch channel and on Twitch's E3 channel.


Ubisoft's media briefing is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET on Monday, June 9. The event will be broadcast live on Ubisoft's Twitch channel and YouTube channel as well as Twitch's E3 channel.


The live events may be done, but that doesn't mean you have to watch them all from beginning to end to see what happened. Check out Polygon's videos below to see the press conferences, condensed for your consideration.





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