Here's how to co-stream the PC Gaming Show: 2023 Preview

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We're doing another PC Gaming Show this month. This one focuses on the most exciting games coming in 2023, including the debut of some never-before-seen footage. Want to watch along with your community, but new to co-streaming? Read on.

For anyone that streams, no matter the size of your channel, we'd be delighted for you to host the show for your community. Tuning in to watch, whether on one of PC Gamer's channels, or that of your favourite content creator, helps this PC-focused event keep doing what it does. As does spreading the word using #pcgamingshow.

How to co-stream the PC Gaming Show

Whether you're streaming on Twitch or YouTube, setting up a co-stream begins the same way on the back end. Within the sources section of your streaming software, add a new Browser Source (OBS) or Webpage (XSplit). 

The easiest sources to access are likely Twitch and YouTube, so to capture the show's Twitch feed or head to and grab the feed there once its live.

Note: If you're streaming from Twitch, be sure to add the "Co-stream" tag before going live. 

Once you've locked in your source of choice, you'll probably need to resize the new source window to make it fit snugly within your existing streaming layout. Be sure to balance your audio levels, too. 

And that's it! Enjoy the show, assuming you're on time. Do make sure to check the schedule below, just in case.

When is the PC Gaming Show streaming? 

Thursday, November 17, 2022

Start time
10 am PT
1 pm ET
6 pm GMT

(Find your local time on Worldtimebuddy)

80-90 minutes


See you Sunday! Thanks for helping us spread the good word about our favorite platform. 

Who's co-streaming the PC Gaming Show: 2023 Preview?

Here's the confirmed streamers who'll be broadcasting along with us on Thursday.

Evan Lahti
Global Editor-in-Chief

Evan's a hardcore FPS enthusiast who joined PC Gamer in 2008. After an era spent publishing reviews, news, and cover features, he now oversees editorial operations for PC Gamer worldwide, including setting policy, training, and editing stories written by the wider team. His most-played FPSes are CS:GO, Team Fortress 2, Team Fortress Classic, Rainbow Six Siege, and Arma 2. His first multiplayer FPS was Quake 2, played on serial LAN in his uncle's basement, the ideal conditions for instilling a lifelong fondness for fragging. Evan also leads production of the PC Gaming Show, the annual E3 showcase event dedicated to PC gaming.