Earlier this week it was announced that Oculus founder Palmer Luckey would take to the stage at The Game Awards 2015 to make a “special announcement.” If you’d like to tune in to the show live, you can catch the stream right here starting at 9PM ET.

Those looking to catch the announcement live can tune in to The Game Awards 2015 through the embedded livestream player above, tonight, December 3 at 9PM ET (your timezone here). Pre-show starts at 8:30PM ET (your timezone here).

Our prior article covers the details surrounding the “special announcement,” announcement:

The Game Awards 2015 marks the second year for the ceremony, produced by game journalist and host Geoff Keighley. The organization today announced in a promotional video that Oculus will take to the stage for a ‘special announcement’ at this year’s event. A tweet from Keighley confirms that founder Palmer Luckey will be the one to make the announcement.

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Luckey on the stage at Oculus Connect 2015, throwing Minecraft swag to the crowd after announcing it would be coming to the Oculus Rift. Photo courtesy Oculus VR, LLC.

There’s much we still don’t know about the Rift, Oculus’ flagship VR headset which is due to launch in Q1 2016. And while it’s tempting to think we might glean new details about the headset when Luckey takes to the stage on Thursday, it seems more likely—given the platform—that the announcement will be related to Rift content rather than hardware.

See Also: Top 5 Things We Still Don’t Know About the Consumer Oculus Rift

Oculus has been heavily focused on content lately, announcing content partnerships with Netflix, Hulu, Minecraft, and more at their ‘Connect’ developer conference this year.

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