GamesRadar Announces Future Games Show Digital Showcase for Early June

GamesRadar presents the 'Future Games Show' broadcast and website event in June

GamesRadar is delighted to announce the Future Games Show, a digital showcase of the most exciting games of 2020 and beyond as we prepare for the launch of next-generation consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X later this year.

The Future Games Show is an hour-long broadcast containing exclusive trailers, announcements, and deep dives on existing AAA and indie games, focusing on current (and next-gen) consoles, mobile and streaming platforms. The Future Games Show will take place in June during the former E3 week, supported by exclusive news, previews and interviews from the editorial team at GamesRadar. Expect more details in the coming weeks.

With E3 2020 cancelled, GamesRadar is thrilled to be working with its partner, publisher and developer friends to showcase the most exciting games of 2020 and beyond, with exciting announcements planned over the coming weeks.

The Future Games Show will be broadcast worldwide on GamesRadar, the world’s fastest-growing games and entertainment site, reaching more than 30 million monthly global users. The show will be promoted across Future’s network sites including PC Gamer, TechRadar, T3, Tom’s Guide and more, with a global reach of 150 million users. You’ll be able to watch the Future Games Show on platforms including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter and more.

“Future has been the home of gaming since 1985 with the launch of Amstrad Action magazine and its innovative cover-mounted cassettes”, says Content Director Daniel Dawkins. “We’re delighted to bring together our brilliant editorial team across brands including GamesRadar, PC Gamer, Edge Magazine, Retro Gamer, Official PlayStation Magazine and Kotaku UK to work on the Future Games Show. With its focus on console, mobile and streaming games, we believe the Future Games Show is the perfect complement to the highly successful PC Gaming Show at E3, and The Golden Joystick Awards, the world’s largest public voted games awards, which take place in November.”

Take part in the Future Games Show

No title is too big - or too small - to take part: we’re looking for cool, interesting, games that will delight our audience. If you’re interested in being part of the show, you can fill out this quick form or contact the Future Games Show’s Content Director, Daniel Dawkins ( directly.