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Here's the full QuakeCon livestreaming schedule

Aug 01 // Hamza CTZ Aziz

Watch talks and tournaments right on your computer

QuakeCon kicks off today! The giant convention and tournament is held in Austin, Texas and this year we can see some of the convention from the comforts of our own homes.

Today you'll be able to watch the welcome keynote hosted by the one and only John Carmack at 3PM Pacific. Then tomorrow we'll see presentations on The Evil Within, The Elder Scrolls Online, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and another talk with John Carmack. Saturday will have a presentation on Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches, plus a couple of other talks.

Oh, and there's tournaments! So many tournaments, all of it being streamed. See the full schedule and Twitch stream channels below.

Watch live video from Bethesda on www.twitch.tv

Friday

The Evil Within | Gameplay Presentation
11:00am - QuakeCon Attendee Exclusive

The Elder Scrolls Online | Gameplay Presentation
12:30pm – Streaming Live

Wolfenstein: The New Order | Gameplay Presentation
2:00pm - QuakeCon Attendee Exclusive

Principles of Lighting & Rendering with John Carmack
5:00pm – Streaming Live

Saturday

Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches | Game Presentation
11:00am – Streaming Live

PC Perspective Hardware Workshop
12:30pm – Streaming at http://pcper.com/workshop

From Sketchbook to the Big Screen
3:00pm – Streaming Live

Watch live video from quakecon on www.twitch.tv


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