Watch Pokemon Presents Livestream Here Today

The Pokemon Company is promising even more news for June 24, just a week after its livestream that debuted a new Pokemon Snap and Pokemon Cafe Mix.


It seems like only a week ago that we gathered for a big livestream from The Pokemon Company packed with new announcements. That may be because it was only a week ago, but the company is already readying another one promising more news. [Update: The brief presentation is now over, and it focused on the reveal of a single new game: Pokemon Unite, a MOBA-style team-based action game.]

Another round of Pokemon Presents news is set for June 24 at 6 AM PT / 9 AM PT. You can watch it all go down in the video below. It's expected to run for about 11 minutes, and there's no specific word on what to expect, be it new games, DLC for existing ones, some combination of the two, or something else entirely.

How To Watch The Livestream

You can watch the stream live below right at 6 AM PT.

Start Time

  • 6 AM PT
  • 9 AM ET
  • 2 PM BST
  • 11 PM AET

What To Expect

If last week's presentation is any indication, the livestream could pack some big announcements. The biggest surprise was a new Pokemon Snap coming to Nintendo Switch, reviving the long-dormant photography game that has been on the wish list of Pokemon fans for years. But that wasn't even the only new game announcement, because it also showed off Pokemon Cafe Mix, a puzzle game that is out now on Switch, iOS, and Android.

Last week's presentation also detailed new in-game events: a massive Pokemon Sword and Shield Max Raid, and Mega Evolution coming to Pokemon Go. Among other possibilities for this week's broadcast are more details for the upcoming Sword and Shield expansion The Crown Tundra.

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