Microsoft to broadcast live from the Tokyo Game Show on September 21st

Kareem Anderson

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On the heels of a relatively successful rollout of its first high profile exclusive in over a decade, Xbox continues its blitz of marketing and public appearances by broadcasting from the Tokyo Games on September 21, 2023.

It will be a busy day for Microsoft, as the Surface hardware event will be taking place as well.

The Xbox Digital Broadcast will once again be at the Tokyo Game Show on September 21, 2023, to highlight a game lineup specific to fans and gamers in Japan and across Asia.

Xbox’s Tokyo Game Show always comes with a unique, Japan-inspired look and this year we have brought together some of the most famous iconography of both Xbox and Japan. The Xbox Nexus and Xbox Series X console are featured alongside Maneki-neko (also known as beckoning cat) and surrounded by Mount Fuji, cosmos flowers, and a Japanese lantern. We hope that Maneki-neko brings good luck to all our players, whether they are tuning in online to TGS or visiting the Makuhari Messe in-person this year.

With the Tokyo Game Show being an international event, the Xbox Digital Broadcast will be delivered via YouTube and other Xbox social channels in Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Malay, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, French, German, Castilian Spanish and, English.

The Xbox team is also looking to host a special in-person meet and greet event where head of Xbox Phil Spencer and FTC trail standout Sarah Bond. To get tickets to the event, fans are encouraged to visit IGN Japan’s website or Twitter handle to enter for a shot at a free ticket.

For more info, visit @Xbox_JP or the official Tokyo Game Show website.