Here’s the Tokyo Game Show 2022 streaming lineup

Microsoft, HoYoverse, Square Enix and more will air streams

The 2022 Tokyo Game Show is fast approaching. Today the show released the stream schedule for this year’s Tokyo Game Show, highlighting when you can watch all the news from major companies coming out of TGS.

We’ve already seen confirmation of a few in attendance, including Capcom, Xbox, and Konami. The streaming schedule, as published by Tokyo Game Show, shows just when all the announcements are happening.

Here’s the lineup (all times in Japan Standard Time, or JST):

Thursday, September 15

  • 10:00 – TGS 2022 Opening Program
  • 11:00 – Keynote
  • 12:00 – Gamera Games
  • 13:00 – Japan Esports Union
  • 15:00 – BenQ Japan
  • 16:00 – Japan Game Awards 2022
  • 18:00 – Microsoft
  • 19:00 – Archosaur Games
  • 20:00 – GREE
  • 22:00 – Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • 23:00 – Capcom

Friday, September 16

  • 12:00 – Prime Gaming
  • 16:00 – Sense of Wonder Night 2022
  • 18:00 – 505 Games
  • 19:00 – Koei Tecmo Games
  • 20:00 – Sega / Atlus
  • 21:00 – Konami
  • 22:00 – Square Enix
  • 00:00 – Capcom

Saturday, September 17

  • 11:00 – D3Publisher
  • 12:00 – Donuts Games
  • 13:00 – Qookka Entertainment / Japan Game Awards 2022
  • 15:00 – GungHo Online Entertainment
  • 17:00 – Happinet
  • 18:00 – HoYoverse
  • 20:00 – fingger
  • 21:00 – Level-5
  • 22:00 – Aniplex
  • 23:00 – ProjectMoon

Sunday, September 18

  • 10:00 – Online Experience Tour / Japan Game Awards 2022
  • 12:00 – Japan Electronics College
  • 13:00 – Japan Game Awards 2022
  • 16:00 – GungHo Online Entertainment
  • 17:00  – 110 Industries
  • 18:00 – Happinet
  • 19:00 – TGS 2022 Ending Program

Japan Standard Time is 13 hours ahead of Eastern Time, so expect these to be early in the morning for North American viewers.

Tokyo Game Show 2022 streaming schedule

It’s a pretty big lineup, with some notable companies in attendance. Friday looks the most packed, with 505 Games kicking off a block that carries into Koei Tecmo, Sega and Atlus, Konami, Square Enix, and ending off with Capcom.

Still, I’m interested in seeing what companies like Microsoft, Bandai Namco, and Level-5 are bringing to show. And I’m also hoping for a little more of Zenless Zone Zero from HoYoverse too.

Where to watch the Tokyo Game Show 2022 streams

For 2022, Tokyo Game Show is partnering with a few companies to provide streams for those not able to make the show in person.

According to a press release, IGN will be this year’s streaming partner for the U.S., airing the showcases as they go on. Probably best to keep an eye on their streaming platforms for the official shows.

Programs will also be accessible through a special TGS page on Steam. While most programs will be streamed in Japanese, streams should have simultaneous English interpretation available too.

Eric Van Allen