PC gaming will have a stage spot at this year's E3 with the PC Gaming Show, held Tuesday, June 16, in downtown Los Angeles, organizers recently announced.
The event takes place from 5 - 8 p.m. PT at the Belasco Theater, where it will be streamed live via Twitch. The event's site promises game reveals, insight from "key PC developers" and more. Speakers include Cliff Bleszinski and Dean Hall, as well as developers such as Blizzard, Square Enix, Devolver Digital and Bohemia Interactive.
"PC gaming is in a golden age, with more powerful and affordable hardware than ever before, thousands of games available through Steam, Origin and other platforms, and millions of viewers regularly watching eSports online," the announcement reads. "Now, for the first time, the PC platform will have its own event during E3, where the community will be able to celebrate this era with some of the biggest names in PC gaming and see the innovations that lie ahead."