Weekly Twitch Fix: Battlefield 4, E3 and more
If E3 is the Super Bowl of the gaming world, then consider this weekend the All-Star preview. Even though gaming's biggest expo is a few days away, there is plenty of exciting gaming action worth tuning into on Twitch this weekend. From E3 broadcasts to international pro gaming showcases, here's what you should be watching on Twitch over the next few days.
Starcraft II WCS Season 1 Finals - Did you catch the WCS semifinals last week and are hungry for more high level Starcraft action? The grand stage of WCS is finally here, as 16 of the best players from all over the world will battle it out in Seoul, Korea for the title of WCS Season Champion. Oh, and the $150,000 on the line can't hurt either.
Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Showcase - Almost everyone has seen the 17-minute clip of Battlefield 4's single player campaign, but most franchise fans are hungry to see what made the FPS series a household name - the multiplayer. Fortunately, DICE will be streaming Battlefield 4 multiplayer virtually non-stop throughout all of E3. Aside from hours of explosive, competitive gameplay, expect some behind the scenes content with Battlefield developers and pro players.
E3 - We don't need to tell you to tune into E3, but it's worth staying glued to Twitch's official channel on your browser while you watch your coverage of choice on TV. You can check out Microsoft's press conference on Monday at 930 am PST, Ubisoft's showcase at 3 pm PST, and finally Sony's big show at 6 pm PST. Of course, Twitch will be streaming from their booth the entire duration of E3 week, so expect plenty of exclusive interviews and gameplay reveals right from their channel.
Whether you follow the Starcraft competitive scene or are just eager for what E3 has in store, there are plenty of reasons to keep Twitch open on your computer, phone or Xbox 360 over the next week. What are you looking forward to watching?