How to Watch Tokyo Game Show 2018: Schedule, Streams, and Games

Tokyo Game Show 2018, Japan’s largest video game conference, is rapidly approaching. With this in mind, this guide will show you when the event is happening, which exhibitors will have a larger presence there, what Tokyo Game Show steams are available, and how to watch TGS 2018. 

When Is Tokyo Game Show 2018?

Tokyo Game Show 2018 will be starting with the press only days on 20 and 21 September, with it opening to the public 22 and 23 September. The exhibitors present, including some of the biggest names in the industry, will be holding events on all four days of the conference.

Who Is Going To Be At Tokyo Game Show 2018?

There will be 366 total exhibitors attending Tokyo Game Show 2018. Highlights include Bandai Namco, Capcom, Konami, Koei Tecmo, Sony, Square Enix, and Sega to name a few. These companies will not have traditional conference streams like they do at E3, rather they will have various events and streams scheduled throughout the four-day show.

How To Watch Tokyo Game Show 2018

Bandai Namco will have a “Bandai Namco Entertainment Tokyo Game Show 2018 Opening Stage” stream on 20 September. You will be able to watch it on either YouTube or NicoNico Douga. It will begin at 10:15 PM EST and end at 11:00 PM EST. The company will also have a “Special Stage” event at 12:00 PM EST to 12:45 PM EST. This does not have a stream associated with it, however since it is shrouded in mystery, it is certainly something to keep an eye on. For the rest of the full schedule, check out Bandai Namco’s official site.

Another highlight of Tokyo Game Show 2018 will be the special “Kingdom Hearts 3 Tokyo Game Show 2018 Stage” event. This will collate all the recent news for the upcoming game, with a possibility of new details emerging. This event will be on 22 September from  11:50 p.m. EST to 12:40 a.m. EST. You can watch it here.

However, this is only a small sample of the many events that will be occurring at Tokyo Game Show 2018. Expect news over the course of all four days as many games will have 30 minutes or so dedicated to them if they have been announced in advance of the conference. For more detailed schedules, check out the links below: