Summer Game Fest 2023 8 June Live Show

Summer Game Fest 2023 – When and Where to Watch

Summer Game Fest from host Geoff Keighley has been gaining a lot of momentum over the last few years since it took up the annual time slot of where E3 used to be. The event brings together and blankets several publisher conferences and presentations. However, a live kick-off event is scheduled to take place before all the festivities this week which promises several announcements from companies like PlayStation, Xbox and more. Here’s when and where you can watch the Summer Game Fest 2023 Opening Showcase.

Summer Game Fest isn’t just a once-off show since it encompasses several individual presentations from developers and publishers across one week. However, the live kick-off event is when fans can tune into a two-hour show and witness collective premieres and reveals from the gaming industry.

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Summer Game Fest 2023 – When to Watch

The Summer Game Fest 2023 Opening Showcase is set to air this Thursday, 8 June at 12pm PT / 3pm ET / 8pm BST or 9pm CAT for South Africans. Thankfully it won’t be a late show but keep in mind, the event is scheduled to run for around two hours.

Summer Game Fest 2023 – Where to Watch

As for where you can watch the Summer Game Fest 2023 Opening Showcase, multiple options are currently available for your viewing pleasure. You can head over to the official SGF channels on YouTube, Twitch or Twitter. Alternatively, we’ve also embedded the kick-off event video below for convenience, which is currently counting down to Thursday.

There’s an impressive list of publishers and companies attending this year’s Summer Game Fest including PlayStation, Xbox, Activision, Sega, Square Enix, Ubisoft, EA, Disney, CD Projekt Red and more. As for what you can expect, we already have confirmation on new trailers for Alan Wake 2 and Mortal Kombat 1. More surprises are in store for players.

Don’t miss the opening showcase this week for updates on plenty of anticipated games.

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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