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Capcom has joined the major (non-E3) streaming gaming events in the next week [Update]

E3 in 2011

We were supposed to be getting ready to go back to the Los Angeles Convention Center in less than a month to attend E3 2023. It would have been the first time the video game trade show would have held a physical event since 2019. Instead, due to a lack of interest in attending from most of the major game publishers, the event was canceled earlier this year. Right now, there don't seem to be any plans to bring E3 back again.

However, that doesn't mean gamers will have nothing to look forward to in the next eight days. In fact, we will be getting a chance to watch a ton of major live-streaming events. They will be revealing lots of upcoming games, and new info on previously announced titles, starting June 7 and running through at least June 13.

Since there will be so many game streaming events coming up soon, we thought we would create a list of them so you can keep up with all of them during this pretty busy time in the game industry. We will update this post as needed as we go through the entire 2023 year in-game streaming events.

Update: June 6 - We have added the newly revealed Capcom Showcase that will happen on June 12.

Guerrilla Collective Showcase - June 7

Gruella collective
  • When to Watch - June 7, 9 am Pacific time, Noon Eastern time
  • Where to Watch - The Guerilla Collective's YouTube and Twitch channels
  • The Official Line - You will be able to see lots of new and upcoming indie games during this stream, which has been an annual event for the past few years.
  • What We Expect - Not only will we likely see some new indie games shown off at this live stream, but it will have its own Steam page with demos, wishlists, and more.

Summer Games Fest - June 8

summer game fest

Day of the Devs - June 8

Day of the devs
  • When to Watch - June 8, 2 pm Pacific time, 5 pm Eastern time
  • Where to Watch - The Game Awards' YouTube channel
  • The Official Line - You can expect to see new games and new trailers from a large number of indie game developers. This is sponsored by Microsoft's Double Fine and iam8bit
  • What We Expect - If you love games made by smaller indie developers, stay tuned just after Summer Games Fest for some cool and even groundbreaking game reveals.

Devolver Digital Direct - June 8

Devolver Digital logo

  • When to Watch - June 8, 3 pm Pacific Time (6 pm Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Devolver Digital's YouTube channel
  • The Official Line - The show will feature Devolver's mascot Volvy, and also announce four new games.
  • What We Expect - It may not be the biggest, but Devolver Direct is usually the wildest and funniest game-streaming event of the year, period. Devolver Digital is already teasing us with the appearance of its previously unseen game mascot Volvy, so we can't wait to watch it. Oh, and there will be new games revealed as well.

Tribeca Games Spotlight - June 9

Tribeca Games Spotlight
  • When to Watch - June 9, Noon Pacific Time (3 pm Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Tribeca Festival's YouTube channel
  • The Official Line - The show will spotlight the games entered into this year's Tribeca Festival
  • What We Expect - The Tribeca Festival is mostly known for showing off upcoming movies and TV shows, but it also includes several indie games as well. This streaming event will dig deeper into those selected games.

Wholesome Direct 2023 - June 10

Wholesome Direct 2023
  • When to Watch - June 10, 9 am Pacific Time (Noon Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Wholesome Direct's YouTube and Twitch channels
  • The Official Line - The show will spotlight over 70 "cozy" upcoming games including some exclusive announcements.
  • What We Expect - This event is for casual game fans, or for gamers who want an alternative to hardcore first-person shooters or RPGs.

Future Games Show Summer Showcase - June 10

future games show
  • When to Watch - June 10 at 10 am Pacific time/ 1 pm Eastern time
  • Where to Watch - Future Games Show on YouTube
  • The Official Line - We can expect some "world premieres" and "exclusive trailers" from this event, and well-known game voice actors Laura Bailey and Yuri Lowenthal will serve as its hosts.
  • What We Expect - In the past, we have seen major reveals and new gameplay footage from both big publishers and developers along with smaller indie titles, and we don't expect this to change for this summer's event. Sometimes, there are even free demos that are released of the games shown in the show during the event.

OTK Games Expo - June 10

oka games festival
  • When to Watch - June 10 at 11 am Pacific time/ 2 pm Eastern time
  • Where to Watch - OTK Games Expo's Twitch channel
  • The Official Line - Over 30 games will get the spotlight from the event, which is scheduled to run three hours, so bring some snacks and a drink.
  • What We Expect - Well-known video game streamers Asmongold, Emiru, and Esfand will be hosting this live event, showcasing a large number of upcoming game titles.

Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct - June 11

Xbox Logo white on dark blue background with green outer glow
  • When to Watch - June 11, 10 am Pacific time, 1 pm Pacific time
  • Where to Watch - Xbox's YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook channels. You could even get the chance to watch the event in a movie theater.
  • The Official Line - "Join us for some new surprises and first-looks from our incredibly talented internal studios, and our many creative partners around the world. Starfield Direct will invite you inside Bethesda Game Studios to learn much, much more about Starfield, with tons of new gameplay, developer interviews, and behind-the-scenes insider information"
  • What We Expect - We want to see Microsoft pull out all of its big guns. We want to see new footage from Hellblade II, State of Decay 3, Forza Motorsport, and some stuff we don't expect. The Starfield Direct event should also wow us with some cool footage and info on this long-awaited game from Bethesda Game Studios. Microsoft has also pledged that all of its first party games won't include any full CGI trailer footage, which is a good thing.

The PC Gaming Show - June 11

  • When to Watch - June 11, 1 pm Pacific time, 4 pm Eastern time
  • Where to Watch - On PC Gamers' YouTube and Twitch channels
  • The Official Line - PC Games says we can expect to see "55 games, including over 15 game announcements, from studios around the world."
  • What We Expect - This is always one of the most fun game streaming events to watch all year, because it concentrates on PC games. These games may appear elsewhere but its the PC that's the main platform for all of these titles. Again, we could see some free demos for some of these games released during the event.

Ubisoft Forward - June 12

Ubisoft Forward 2022 artwork
  • When to Watch - June 12, 10 am Pacific time (1 pm Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Ubisoft's YouTube and Twitch channels.
  • The Official Line - Ubisoft says we can expect to see the "latest game updates, news, and reveals from Ubisoft, live and in-person from Los Angeles."
  • What We Expect - We want to see updates for Assassin's Creed Mirage, Skull and Bones, that long-in development Avatar movie game, and much more from this event.

Capcom Showcase - June 12

Capcom showcase
  • When to Watch - June 12, 3 pm Pacific time (6 pm Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Capcom's YouTube and Twitch channels.
  • The Official Line - Capcom says we can expect the event to last around 36 minutes and will feature "upcoming releases and future titles"
  • What We Expect - We could get an update on the multiplayer mech-versus-dinosaurs game Exoprimal, along with perhaps some more DLC content for the just released Street Fighter 6. Finally, we would like some info on a new Resident Evil game, or maybe a new remake.

Xbox Games Showcase Extended - June 13

An Xbox Logo with green branches surrounding it

  • When to Watch - June 13, 10 am Pacific time (1 pm Eastern time)
  • Where to Watch - Xbox's YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook channels.
  • The Official Line - Microsoft says we will get some extended information from a number of its games that it will reveal June 11 at the main Xbox Games Showcase.
  • What We Expect - We don't expect any major blockbuster reveals, but it will be interesting to see what new details Microsoft will show from its upcoming first party games lineup. It's also possible that the event will have some smaller game reveals as well.

That's all we have so far. If any more game-streaming events pop up we will update this post accordingly. Stay tuned.

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