Twitch’s newest competitor, YouTube, started streaming E3 coverage of the event last year, and this year it looks like they have geared up to do so again. The stream is expected to not only contain the usual coverage, but also a 12-hour stream hosted by Geoff Keighly. This stream begins at 9am PT, on June 13. It’s worth noting that last year this stream actually had some gaming news that came out of it, so perhaps that will be the case once again this year.
The stream will begin on June 12, when Bethesda and EA begin their respective conferences. If you choose to catch E3 through YouTube this year, you can watch it on their exclusive website, which is currently under construction.