Google I/O 2019 | Date and time, how to livestream, what to expect

The tech giant Google is holding its annual Google I/O conference at the Shoreline Amphitheatre on May 7. The Google I/O 2019 conference brings together developers from around the world to talk about everything Google and offers a look at Google’s latest products. So, what time is the Google I/O 2019 conference, how can you livestream it, and what should you expect?

Google I/O 2019 | Date, time, how to livestream

The Google I/O 2019 conference is actually a multi-day event that starts on May 7 and runs through May 9. However, the main event is the Google keynote presentation, which will be happening on May 7 at 10 am PST/1 pm EST. The rest of the event is filled with different sessions and events mostly geared towards developers. If you’re interested, you can check out the complete Google I/O 2019 schedule right here.

For those want to livestream the Google I/O event 2019 conference, it can be streamed live on Google’s YouTube channel. The pre-livestream video hasn’t started yet, but will likely be put up on the channel as the event gets closer. If you’re unable to watch, no worries, just stay tuned to GameRevolution as we will be providing coverage of the event.

Google I/O 2019 | What to expect

Google I/O 2019

Probably the biggest question on most gamers’ minds is “will we learn more about Google Stadia?” It seems likely that Google may briefly mention Google Stadia, but don’t hold your breath for loads of announcements. When Stadia was announced at GDC, Google did promise that we would learn more about Stadia this summer, so this could be that time. However, there probably won’t be much detailed information given until it gets closer to launching sometime later this year. It seems reasonable to expect information about a possible launch date and maybe even some more details about games that will be available, but probably not much more than that.

Aside from these details, tech experts are also expecting to learn more about Google devices and prudcts like the Pixel, Android, Google Assistant and more. Specifically, you can expect to learn more about the Google Pixel 3A and 3A XL, Android 10.0 Q, the Nest Hub Max, and Google Assistant.