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Geoff Keighley reveals first details for the Summer Game Fest 2021

The gaming online festival will be back in 2021 charged with lots of announcements, world premieres, and special performances.
Geoff Keighley reveals first details for the Summer Game Fest 2021

We're getting closer to that time of year, when some of the most anticipated announcements and teasers within the video game industry will be unveiled with events like E3 2021 and the Xbox Game Showcase.

And as it could not be missing this time, in addition to having been a success during 2020, the Summer Game Fest will be back to complement this great season dedicated to gaming and esports, as was announced by Geoff Keighley, creator of this concept and host of The Game Awards, via Twitter.

The Summer Game Fest will start this 10th June through its Kick Off Live! event, where it is expected more details will be released around various announcements of some of the largest companies in the industry such as Microsoft, Epic Games, Ubisoft, Riot Games, among others.

The Kick Off Live! will also have a special presentation by Weezer, in addition to starting a coverage that will extend throughout the month of June and July, so it will also include events such as Ubisoft Forward, Steam Next Fest, EA Play Live, and more.

Below you can check the entire list of confirmed companies and developers that will make their appearance during the Summer Game Fest.

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More details about the Summer Game Fest 2021 will be released before and during the event, while it has been confirmed that all its content will be available for free and without the need for a badge, through all the major streaming platforms.

In addition, it has been confirmed that all interested content creators will be able to co-stream each of the event broadcasts, being able to register right now through its official website.

The Summer Game Fest will begin on 10th June, 2021, while you can follow all its announcements and programming through its official streamings on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and Twitter.