This year’s largest gaming expo E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) is set to kick off in Los Angeles today. This year Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and a host of third party developers will showcase their latest upcoming video game titles to viewers across the globe.
In case you don’t want to miss out on the action, IT News Africa has put together a list of times and links to each live stream for the event.
On Monday 9 June 2014, from 6pm to 8pm SAST, Microsoft will begin its E3 stream. The gaming giant is expected to reveal a host of content so be sure not to miss out.
You will be able to watch Microsoft’s E3 conference via your Xbox or Windows phone. Additionally, you will be able to catch all the action via the official Xbox website.
Japanese video game giant Sony will be broadcasting its conference on 10 June 2014 at 2:30am SAST.
Sony will be providing viewers with a live stream of its conference on the PlayStation website. PlayStation 4 owners will be pleased to know that they can download the E3 app in order to stream the conference.
While Nintendo won’t entirely have a major presence at E3 2014 this year, it will however be streaming a digital event during the course of E3 2014. Nintendo has opted to showcase its presentation on its very own dedicated website. The live stream will kick off on 10 June 2014 at 6pm SAST.
To view the live stream you can visit Nintendo’s dedicated E3 2014 website. Additionally, Nintendo will also be broadcasting the Super Smash Brothers invitational tournament. The tournament will start at 1am on June 10 2014… So be sure not to check it out.
Electronic Arts will begin its conference on June 09 2014 at 9pm SAST. EA’s live stream can be found on its official website. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners can also access the live stream via the Twitch.tv app, which can be found on the Xbox Live Marketplace or the PlayStation Store respectively.
Let’s just hope that the controversial developer will showcase some gameplay videos featuring Far Cry 4, the latest Assassin’s Creed, as well as Battlefield: Hardline.