Game devs: Showcase your game in this year's PC Gaming Show

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E3 as we know it won't be happening this year, but in the absence of an expo with booths and meeting rooms, developers will turn to Twitch and livestreaming to announce their new stuff.

June will be filled with game announcements—we'll just be watching it all from home, probably. For our part, the PC Gaming Show will be back alongside the usual lineup of conferences to showcase unannounced games, trailers, and new material for games we're already playing.

With June less than two months away, we still have opportunities for developers to reveal their game in this year's broadcast, which was watched by 6 million people last year. If you're working on a cool PC game we'd love to consider you for this year's lineup. This is your chance to be a part of what's traditionally Twitch's most-viewed day of the year.

How to submit your game

To submit your game for PC Gaming Show consideration, fill out this quick form, which is also embedded below. Submissions are open until early May. If you want to speak with us directly, you can contact PC Gamer Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti at

Part of the goal of the PC Gaming Show has always been to showcase the spectrum of good things happening on our platform and give lesser-known projects a prominent place on the E3 stage alongside the biggest games. Last year our show featured Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2, El Hijo, Remnant: From the Ashes, Chivalry 2, Terraria, Evil Genius 2, Midnight Ghost Hunt, Songs of Conquest, Borderlands 3, Shenmue 3, Griftlands, Age of Wonders: Planetfall, Planet Zoo, and others.

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