What you need to know
- E3 2019 takes place in early June.
- Mixer is livestreaming the major events on the platform.
- Watching E3 2019 through Mixer grants in-game rewards for Xbox One games.
E3 2019 is right around the corner, and Mixer is going to livestream all of the major events like EA Play and the Xbox media briefing on the platform. All you have to do is visit the Mixer E3 Hub to watch the presentations. While EA Play kicks off the show with some announcements, the first major conference is definitely Microsoft's outing.
Immediately after Microsoft, Bethesda will showcase some of its games. There are a lot of events planned, so you should take a look at the schedule below. Some other talk shows from IGN and other media companies will also be livestreamed on the platform.
If you watch the events through Mixer, you can earn some in-game items as well. We expect them to be Sea of Thieves related, but there might be a surprise or two in there.
Will you watch E3 2019 through Mixer? What do you want to see from Microsoft's briefing? Let us know.
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