While E3 2020 may be canceled, there are still plenty of online gaming events happening this summer. Case in point: Summer Game Fest, a months-long online festival that will bring fans game reveals, new trailers, gameplay footage, and other surprise announcements. The event, which is the brainchild of The Game Awards creator and presenter Geoff Keighley, is being held from May through August.
“In these uncertain and challenging times, it’s more important than ever that video games serve as a common and virtual connection point between us all,” Keighley said in a press release. “SGF is an organizing principle that promises fans a whole season of video game news and other surprises from the comfort of home.”
Summer Game Fest will broadcast online gaming events that cover an array of platforms and titles, including the Destiny 2 Year 4 reveal event, the PC Gaming Show, EA Play, Ubisoft Forward, and more. On top of online events, Summer Game Fest will also host the Steam Game Festival, a curated list of free PC demos available from June 16 to 22.
Den of Geek will be bringing you all of the latest news from Summer Game Fest. Below, you’ll also find how you can watch all of the Summer Game Fest events as well as a guide to when they’re happening:
Summer Game Fest Live Stream
You can watch all of the Summer Game Fest online events below:
Summer Game Fest Schedule and Dates
Here’s the schedule of events:
Destiny 2 The Next Chapter: June 9 at 12 pm ET
The world-wide reveal of the next chapter in Destiny 2.
Guerrilla Collective Indie Games Showcase: June 13-15, starting at 12 pm ET on June 13
This three-day digital event will feature announcements from indie studios like Funcom, Larian Studios, Humble Publishing, Rebellion, Versus Evil, Paradox Interactive, and many more.
PC Gaming Show: June 13 at 2 pm ET
The usual E3 PC showcase is still happening in June, brought to you by PC Gamer.
Future Games Show: June 13 at 4 pm ET
GamesRadar is hosting its own game showcase. No details on the lineup of games just yet, but the outlet has promised indie reveals as well as announcements about bigger budget titles.
Upload VR Showcase: June 16 at 12 pm ET
The Upload VR showcase will bring you all the latest news about upcoming virtual reality games.
Steam Game Festival: June 16-22
This isn’t actually a broadcast but a week-long event right on Steam where gamers will be able to play demos of upcoming PC titles for a limited time. It’s like the E3 expo floor but without the lines!
EA Play: June 18 at 7 pm ET
Electronic Arts unveils a new slate of games.
Developer Showcase: June 22 at 11 am ET
Tune in for a look at upcoming independent and larger scale projects.
New Game+ Digital Expo: June 23 at 11 am ET
Sega, SNK, Koei Tecmo, Arc System Works, and more will host their own digital event in June.
Marvel’s Avengers War Table Stream: June 24 at TBA
Square Enix will finally give fans some big updates on the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers.
Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire: June 25 at TBA
Tune in for a special broadcast on Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red.
Bitsummit Gaiden: June 27 at TBA
A look at upcoming Japanese independent games.
Tennocon 2020: July 11 at TBA
Digital Extremes updates Warframe players on what’s next.
Ubisoft Forward: July 12 at 3 pm ET
Ubisoft presents a showcase of exclusive game news and exciting reveals.
Developer Showcase: July 20 at TBA
Tune in for updates on upcoming independent and larger scale studio projects.
Gamescom: Aug. 27-30
This Gamescom digital event will feature the usual Opening Night Live reveal event, a Daily Show each day of the event, indie showcases, and Best of Show highlights.
You can find more info on Summer Game Fest’s full slate of programming here.