It's about time we celebrated how awesome PC gaming is!
We love video games. Many of you reading this also love video games. And if you're a fan of Maximum PC, chances are you prefer gaming on a PC. It is, after all, the superior platform for gaming -- we love our console gaming brethren, but they'll never convince us otherwise -- so why not celebrate this hobby of ours? That's exactly what Nvidia plans to do -- the GPU maker just sent us details about GAME24, the first ever global PC gaming celebration.
"The goal of this event is simple – to celebrate this thing we all love called PC gaming. GAME24 is a combination of many local events around the world, and it will all be broadcast live on the internet," Nvidia says.
GAME24 will commence on September 18th at 6PM PST and last for 24 hours. Events will take place in Chicago, Los Angeles, Mission Viejo, London, Indianapolis, Shanghai, and Stockholm, along with virtual stage around the world. If you can't make it to one of the venues, you catch the broadcast on game24.nvidia.com.
You'll be able to interact with the livestream at home and win prices, share gaming experiences, and more. And while this hasn't been confirmed, we've heard rumors that Nvidia might show off a new GPU during the 24-hour celebration.