Razer has announced they would be unveiling new hardware at the Razer E3 Keynote, presented by CEO Min-Liang Tan.
Min-Liang Tan will lead the Razer E3 2021 Keynote in an all-new extended reality format that blends live and virtual spaces together for an immersive presentation experience.
The event will take place on 14th June, at 3.50pm PDT (15th June, 6.50am Malaysia time), so make sure to tune in to catch all the big reveals.
Supported by E3’s interactive overlay, millions of Razer fans and gamers worldwide will be able to join and engage with the livestream. Min-Liang will also be joined in his keynote by other industry leading players to showcase innovations that will jointly take PC gaming to new heights of performance and immersion.
Following the E3 Keynote, an extended RazerStore Live virtual event hosted by gaming celebrities and Razer staff will be livestreamed on Razer’s social channels with additional hands-on reveals, product launches, and giveaways.
E3 is one of the biggest gaming and tech conferences, which had to be cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year the event is going to be online only, allowing for more keynotes such as this one since travel doesn’t have to be factored into it.
Razer hasn’t teased what they’re going to be revealing at the keynote, though they have gamified the speculation process. The official website has a poll for fans to submit their guesses, with the winner getting a Razer Orochi V2.