PAX East is upon us once again, but if you couldn't attend this year, you will still have the opportunity to catch some of the magic. Videogame livestreaming site, Twitch TV, will be broadcasting live from PAX East this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The Twitch TV official PAX channel will be streaming select panels directly, starting with the PAX East keynote Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. EDT, and concluding with the Omeganaut Final Round and closing ceremony this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. EDT.
Twitch will also have a network of companies and streamers broadcasting live from the floor of PAX East, including Destructoid's own King Foom, with a planned appearance from Jonathan Holmes. Other participants in this program include Wired, Fragdolls, and Mega64. You can keep track of all of these affiliated stream channels on the Twitch PAX East event network page.
Some other companies have taken to the idea of spreading their PAX displays to the public at large with livestreaming. 2K Games will be streaming on their channel throughout the convention with interviews with developers of their upcoming titles, PAX swag giveaways, and live gameplay of future releases like Spec Ops: The Line and Borderlands 2.
Additionally, the CapcomUnity channel will be streaming booth tours, gameplay, and interviews throughout the weekend. And, Alienware will be running a series of competitive gaming sessions on their Twitch TV channel.
You can find the full, detailed schedules of all of these streaming events on the Twitch TV blog.
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