AMD will be hosting an event and livestream at E3, 2019, during which it is promising to unveil “next-generation gaming products that will shape the future of PC, console, and cloud gaming for years to come.” Okay, maybe it’s a little too early to be absolutely 100% on an AMD Navi graphics card announcement, but it’s looking more likely than ever that the red team is about to enter Q3 with guns blazing on all fronts.
AMD is currently gearing up for Computex at the end of the month in Taiwan. The massive tech show will see the company’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, take to the stage in what we can only assume to be a very promising keynote speech on Monday, May 27, 2019. And following a litany of leaks and teasers the company is expected to drop AMD Ryzen 3000 processors during the event, built upon the Zen 2 architecture.
Can’t make it to Taipei? Not to worry, you can stream the big event from the comfort of your own home via the AMD website, and an archived webcast will be posted shortly after on the official AMD YouTube channel.
And just now AMD announced it will be following up the Computex livestream with another event over at E3 shortly after.
Hosted by Geoff Keighley, the “Next Horizon Gaming” event will be streamed live from The Novo at LA Live on Monday, June 10, 2019 at 15:00 PT (23:00 BST). You’ll be able to watch the whole thing live across AMD’s channels on Facebook and YouTube.
AMD is also inviting its fans and community members to join in on the festivities, whatever they may entail, at the LA event. You can sign up here – you’re sure to get a front row seat… probably.