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How To Watch Gamescom 2021! Opening Night Live

Everything you need to know leading up to the Gamescom 2021 Virtual event

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The time is finally among us, the time of year when Gamescom releases all the juicy information surrounding some of the year’s most anticipated titles.

The three-day event will feature live video streams from some of the industry’s biggest names, including EA, Activision, Xbox, Bethesda, and more. The entire event will feature up to 70 of the biggest publishers and developers in the game’s sector – with most offering a live stream with news on their upcoming titles.

How to Watch Gamescom 2021?

One of the big questions on gamers’ lips right now is, how do we watch Gamescom 2021?

Ultimately, watching Gamescom 2021 couldn’t be easier, simply login to any number of streaming platforms and jump on the live stream – it’s that simple.

Below are some of the biggest streaming services that will be showcasing the event.

The pre-event streams will go live on the 24th August, 2021 – with the official Opening Night Live event being August 25th.

What To Expect At Gamescom 2021

This year’s Gamescom will be held digitally, similar to the previous year. It will feature 70 of the biggest publishers and developers from the industry, including feature-length streams from Xbox, EA, Activision, and Bethesda – to name but a few.

Like always, we should expect a plethora of updates on the year’s biggest games, new footage, first looks, and new trailers.

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