Nvidia will no longer be livestreaming their Gamescom 2017 press conference. The event, which was due to take place at 10:00 BST, will instead be uploaded to the company’s YouTube channel.
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Nvidia were due to livestream their Gamescom press conference, but according to TechAdvisor, while the event will go ahead as planned, Nvidia have cancelled the livestream of their conference.
Instead, all of Nvidia’s videos and interviews will be uploaded to the company’s YouTube channel. In a video released on Friday, Chris Turner, executive producer for the Nvidia channel, says that the company’s announcements from Gamescom would be shared on YouTube. Turner goes on to say that Nvidia will be publishing its coverage “for the next few weeks.”
It’s not really clear why Nvidia have decided to cancel their livestream, but it could have something to do with the planned timing of the event. The livestream was due to begin at 10:00 BST (11:00 CET). Typically, companies schedule their press conference livestreams for the evenings, so as to make them available to American audiences, so it’s possible that a desire to access those viewers is the reason for the change.