Get Ready for Summer Game Fest: A Comprehensive Schedule of Events, Exciting Games, and Live Streaming Options

It will take place this coming June 8 and will be broadcast completely free-to-air.

Get Ready for Summer Game Fest: A Comprehensive Schedule of Events, Exciting Games, and Live Streaming Options
Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

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The No-E3 2023 Begins. The Los Angeles expo will not take place this year, marking four years without the quintessential gaming event. However, we are still having digital conferences to keep up with the industry’s news, including the one that bears the name of it all: the Summer Game Fest.


The event led by Geoff Keighley will take place this upcoming Thursday, June 8th, at 9:00 PM Spain time. While we are having dinner, the American presenter will bring us the major announcements that will be showcased during his conference, which is expected to last approximately two hours according to the provided information. As for our audience in America, the schedule is as follows:

  • Spain: 9:00 PM
  • Mexico: 1:00 PM
  • Argentina: 4:00 PM

The conference will be held at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California (United States). Hundreds of personalities related to the gaming industry are expected to attend.

Where to watch the conference

The Summer Game Fest 2023 can be followed through the official event channel. To be precise, you can watch the entire live stream through the following video that appears in this article:

Anyone who wants to comment on it live can do so on their channel. The broadcast is completely open and public. If you enjoy streaming, don’t think twice about it.

What games are we going to see?

We won’t deny it: it’s quite a mystery to know which video games we will see during the event. So far, we know that there will be three or four major announcements. This information was provided by Keighley himself, who hinted that “the audience will find them quite interesting.” Could it be a new game from his friend Hideo Kojima? Will there be information about From Software’s next title? Perhaps a bombshell from Square Enix?

On the other hand, it’s common to expect trailers for already announced video games. For example, there are rumors that Tekken 8 will have a beta announced during the show, and we might also see Mortal Kombat 1 or Alan Wake 2.


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Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

Journalist specialized in videogames and technology. Almost two decades dedicated to it.

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