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How to watch Meta Quest Gaming Showcase event this week

How to watch Meta Quest Gaming Showcase event this week
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The Meta Quest Gaming Showcase formerly known as the Oculus Gaming Showcase is coming on April 20 (Happy 420 VR Gaming)  at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET). This will be the second annual gaming event for the Quest, now Meta portfolio of games, with many excited users clamoring for new game announcements, updates, and first looks. 

We will be covering the event live, and can't wait to see all the upcoming game trailers, and hear what Meta is bringing to the VR platform next. This event promises to be next level as Meta has been stepping it up since the name change. 

How to watch the Meta Gaming Quest showcase live

It's as easy as heading over to  Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, or one of several Horizon venues (opens in new tab). The Meta Quest event kicks off sharply at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) on April 20 and there will also be replays available later in case you miss it or you can just check here for all our coverage. 

Rumors have it that a new Quest headset will be announced, or possibly could be teased or even announced. There are exciting rumors about upcoming eSports games being announced (fingers crossed, time to blow out a knee in my living room) as well as an update on the progress of GTA San Andreas VR that's been in development for a while. The only way to find out is to stay tuned to us or attend the event. 

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