While E3 has traditionally been geared towards the big announcements from console makers like Sony and Microsoft, the annual PC Gaming Show (which first appeared in 2015) will officially make its third trip to Los Angeles for E3 2017 and a new press conference focused on the world of PC games and hardware.
The PC Gaming Show, which provides an event focused around the developments in PC gaming, will return to E3 2017 for its third consecutive outing on Monday, June 12th, 2017 at 10am PT at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
The event will once again be hosted by PC Gamer, though Intel will serve at this year’s partner for the event, taking over from AMD sponsoring the first two years of the show previously. eSports commentator Sean Plott (aka “Day9”) will also return again to host this year’s event.
Specifically, the event will “reflect innovations across the industry with increased VR and eSports content” in a statement from PC Gamer, while the show should (as in previous years) focus on new developments in PC gaming hardware and titles.
The PC Gaming Show will return for E3 2017 on Monday, June 12th, 2017.