Hardware-maker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) is planning a massive celebration for PC gaming that will span the entire globe, and they want you to be a part of it.
Nvidia’s global event is called Game24, and will feature 24-hours of uninterrupted content including dev interviews, game reveals, eSports competitions, giveaways and of course a whole ‘lotta gaming.
The “PC gaming holiday” launches on Thursday, Sept. 18 at 6PM PST, and will be held in select cities across the world such as Los Angeles, Shanghai, Stockholm and London. Attendance and registration for the show are free of charge, and you can sign-up here.
Below you can find a list of show locations in the United States:
- Los Angeles: Hangar 8, 3021 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, California.
- Chicago: Ignite Gaming Lounge, 3341 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, Illinois.
- Indianapolis: eBash Indianapolis Video Game Center, 6609 East 82nd St., Indianapolis, Indiana.
- Mission Viejo, California: 27741 Crown Valley Pkwy, Ste. 223, Mission Viejo, California.
Continuous livestreams will be broadcasted around-the-clock for but it seems that you’ll need to sign-up for those as well.
It’ll be interesting to see what reveals that Nvidia’s show partners have planned, and we may even see some GPU/hardware announcements along the way. Also if Game24 turns out to be a success, it may lead to AMD countering with a mini-expo show of their own–what better way to build up hype for your hardware brand than to throw a massive PC gaming bash?
Be sure to drop by the Game24 website or check out the blog post from Nvidia’s Tom Petersen for more info on Game24.