Amazon owned live streaming platform Twitch has been announced as the official streaming partner of E3, the worlds biggest gaming convention.
As part of the announcement, Twitch has released details of new features and extensions specific to certain events, co-streaming ability and the full streaming schedule.
E3 2018 will take place on June 9th to June 14th, featuring presentations from the biggest games publishers and companies, including Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA, Activision, Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.
All the major press conferences will be streamed live on Twitch, and there will even be special Twitch exclusive extensions for the Bethesda and Ubisoft conferences.
These will be streamed on Twitch's own channel (twitch.tv/twitch), and the whole of E3 will be presented by some of Twitch staff themselves.
There is also the option to co-stream the event, so if you are a streamer yourself you can watch along with your own community and viewers.
Finally, for those in attendance at the event, Twitch is also putting on meet & greet sessions with popular streamers, including DrLupo, KingRichard, Pokimane and others.
Some of these streamers are also participating in the Fortnite Pro-Am tournament which will be hosted at E3, and will feature streamers teaming up with celebrities - you can see the full details here.
Twitch does note that the times and appearances for the meet and greet sessions are subject to change.