Google posted a tweet saying that more information about Stadia - an upcoming game streaming service by Google - will be given out before E3 2019. They started the news with the phrase, “Some news can’t wait for #E3,” and then invited audiences to be ready on Thursday, June 6, at 9 a.m. PT to join the first livestream Stadia Connect, where additional information will be revealed relating to Stadia’s pricing, games, release date, and more.

More details about Stadia are coming.

This is considered an unusual event because Google usually keeps silent about several service's most appropriate information. That's also a surprise when Google decided to announce this news ahead of the world' biggest video game conference, E3. Does Google think that its news will get overrun by a tremendous number of announcements that will be made at E3? Or information about Stadia is so exciting that Google can't stand keeping for itself? Let's wait for June 6 to get the answer.

When this tech was introduced the first time, its name was Project Stream. Gamers who found it interesting are allowed to join a "technical test" by Google to help them address common problems could occur with cloud gaming. After that, they announced their project with the name of Stadia, a cloud service that is expected to provide high-end gaming experience via streaming to every single platform had access to the internet. Many organizations are currently developing their own game streaming services, but Google's offer on the business seems a little more enthusiastic.

Despite the fact that we've already known many things about Stadia and what its purpose is, all questions relating to its price, its offered games and its release date will be answered in a short time. Some people believe that Google will launch a subscription system familiar to Netflix's that would give users access to a huge collection of games. However, while Google announced that Stadia will launch in the U.S, Canada and Europe, there is no specific date or estimated time for its release. But according to many sources, it will probably come in the last quarter of the year.

You can find The Stadia Connect scheduled on YouTube right now. If you don't want to miss it, you should go to the page and set up a reminder so you will be noticed via YouTube notifications before and right at the moment the stream begins.