In the blink of an eye, we are heading into summer, which means Los Angeles will again be hosting one of the largest gaming conferences in the world, E3. Although it is a show typically reserved for industry folk and journalists, there are ways of gaining entry if you don't have affiliation to either. For the majority, you'll be forced to enjoy the show from the comfort of your home via an online stream or on TV.
Microsoft's Xbox E3 2016 Briefing will be held on June 13th, and those not in attendance will have multiple options when it comes to watching the show.
For viewers who prefer watching over the internet, you'll be able to go online and watch from the official Xbox website, the Xbox Twitch channel, and the Xbox Live Events Player on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
For cable subscribers and TV users in the United States and Canada, Spike TV will begin its broadcast of the Xbox E3 2016 Briefing starting at 9:30am PST. If you want a more communal E3 watching experience, you'll also be able to catch the conference on screens at your local Microsoft Store.