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Twitch is planning a ton of live video coverage from E3 2015

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
June 5, 2015
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Twitch wasn't about to let a competitor have all the fun. Not to be outdone by YouTube's recently announced coverage plan for E3 2015, Twitch is now following suit. The video-streaming platform has revealed its broadcast agenda ahead of this year's gaming conference in LA, scheduled to take place between June 16th and 18th -- though most of the action starts on June 14th. This includes live streams of the Nintendo World Championships as well as major keynotes from Xbox, Playstation, Bethesda, EA, Square Enix and Ubisoft. Of course, Engadget will be on the ground at the Los Angeles Convention Center, bringing you the latest news as they happen.

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