Twitch has announced its streaming schedule for the upcoming E3 2016 featuring all the big publisher conferences plus a handful of its own events showcasing live gameplay reveals from Ubisoft, Warner Bros, and others.
All of Twitch’s streams can be found on its E3 events page with the festivities kicking off on Sunday, June 12th with a press conference from publisher Electronic Arts. The Twitch coverage will be hosted by number of popular streamers including Jon Carnage, Anna Prosser, FutureManGaming, MANvsGAME, and many more as they lead fans through the week of gaming news.
The full Twitch streaming schedule can be found below with all times listed in PT:
June 12th? ? Day -1
- 1 p.m. ? EA Press Conference
- 7 p.m. ? Bethesda E3 Showcase
- 8:30 p.m. to 9 a.m. ? Official Twitch E3 2016 Pre-Pre-Show
June 13th ? Day 0
- 9:30 a.m. ? Xbox E3 Briefing
- 11:30 a.m. ? The PC Gaming Show
- 1 p.m. ? Ubisoft E3 Press Conference
- 3 p.m. to TBA ? Exclusive Reveals (Square Enix, GungHo, Devolver, Bethesda)
- 6 p.m. ? PlayStation E3 Experience
June 14th ? Day 1
- 9 a.m. ? Nintendo Treehouse LIVE @ E3
- 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. ? E3 2016 Main Event @ the Twitch Booth
June 15th ? Day 2
- 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. ? E3 2016 Main Event @ the Twitch Booth
June 16th ? Day 3
- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ? E3 2016 Main Event @ the Twitch Booth
Twitch’s Co-streaming feature is returning from last year to allow streamers the ability to host Twitch streams through their own channel, a feature that accounted for 35 percent of all Twitch stream viewers during last year’s E3.
E3 2016 also marks the fifth birthday of Twitch, so the company is is throwing a party to celebrate, details for which are coming soon. Those aiming to wish Twitch a happy birthday in person can find its E3 booth at station #1401 in the South Hall of the L.A. Convention Center.