YouTube and Geoff Keighley have teamed up to produce a live E3 show.
Keighley’s brand of high-production E3 coverage is not dead. The host is working with YouTube on its dedicated E3 hub, which will be much larger in scope than anything the company has done before for the expo.
Keighley, who recently left GameTrailers – the former place for this type of coverage, will be joined by other prominent YouTube personalties to cover the games of the show.
YouTube’s coverage will start with Nintendo’s World Championships and Bethesda’s press conference on Sunday, June 14. Keighley will take over on Monday, June 15, at 9am PT for a 12-hour livestream covering the events of the day.