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Watch Sony PlayStation Live press conference at Paris Games Week here

Looking to catch all of the PlayStation action from this year’s Paris Games Week? We’ve got an easy guide on how to watch the Sony PlayStation Live press conference today.

Paris Games Week is in full swing, and we’re expecting a whole host of announcements from the show. In fact, the word on the street is that seven games will be revealed when the conference kicks off today – that’s Monday, October 30.

Here’s when the main press conference begins:

  • 09:00 – San Francisco
  • 12:00 – New York
  • 16:00 – London
  • 17:00 – Paris
  • 19:00 – Moscow
  • 20:00 – Dubai
  • 21:30 – New Delhi
  • 00:00 – Beijing (Tuesday)
  • 01:00 – Tokyo (Tuesday)
  • 03:00 – Canberra (Tuesday)

It’s also worth noting that Sony will also be hosting a dedicated pre-show for the press conference, which begins one hour before the conference proper.

It’s entirely possible (based on precedent) that Sony may make some announcements during this pre-show, so it’s definitely worth tuning in to see if any new content is on the cards.

In any case, we’ll explain how to watch both the pre-show and press conference live as they happen online in the next section.

Where to watch PlayStation Live from Paris Games Week 2017

The easiest and most obvious way to watch PlayStation Live at this year’s Paris Games Week is on YouTube.

The entire pre-show and press conference stream will be hosted over at Sony’s official PlayStation channel on the site.

But don’t worry about tracking it down – you can watch the full live-stream right here:

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