The PC Gaming Show originally debuted during E3 2015 and quickly became a beloved addition to the lineup of Press Conferences/Developer Showcases that the show has to offer. Since the turn of the decade, PC gaming has seen a huge amount of growth, especially within the US. Many gamer’s are now abandoning their consoles and building their own computers as a way to truly get the best visual gaming experience. Titles like League of Legends, StarCraft 2, World of WarCraft, DOTA 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and so much more are really to thank for rise of PC gaming; and now, developers are taking the booming interest in the market of PC gaming and running with it.

The PC Gaming Show will be making it’s return to E3 this year, and will once again be hosted by Sean “Day[9]” Plott, and will give PC developers a chance to announce as well as showcase some of the titles they have in the works for the platform. This years show will be held on Monday, June 12th at 10am PDT at the Theatre in the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. The overall PC Gamer Show is hosted by PCGamer themselves, and they had the following to say regarding the announcement.

“We’re delighted to host another event that will give PC gaming the presence at E3 it deserves. Since its inception, the PC Gaming Show’s goal has been to demonstrate the depth and breadth of creativity on the platform.”


This year PC Gamer Show will be live-streamed on a wide array of platforms including Twitch.TV, YouTube Gaming, Microsoft Beam, and Facebook Live. It will be interesting to see what developers have in store for the PC crowd, as many PC exclusive titles tend to be announced at random times. While most of us are probably just praying for a Half Life 3, or even a Team Fortress 3; it will still be quite exciting to see what many developers have been working on for the PC crowd, since last years show.