The Pokemon Company has announced a Pokemon Presents livestream slated for this week. It’s unclear what the team has in store for the stream, but with lots of Pokemon GO events coming in the near future and the Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor DLC set to release this week, there could be any number of announcements made. In this guide, we are going to take a look at the Pokemon Presents livestream start time, as well as tell you how to watch it and what to expect.

Pokemon Presents Livestream - Start Time and How to Watch

The Pokemon Presents livestream will take place on June 17 at 9 AM ET and will be streamed live on the official Pokemon YouTube channel. The team is being pretty tight-lipped about what will be announced during the stream, but we do know that it will last around 11 minutes. You can find a link to the livestream in the video below. In fact, you can check back to this page tomorrow if you’d like to watch the Pokemon Presents stream with us!

As we mentioned earlier, it’s unclear what The Pokemon Company will be discussing during the event, but since it's happening on the same day as the Isle of Armor DLC is being released, it seems safe to assume we will hear about that some. It’s also possible that we will hear about the upcoming Pokemon Sword and Shield The Crown Tundra DLC, which is set to release later this year. We also cannot rule out a totally random announcement for a new expansion or something. 

While you’re waiting for the Pokemon Presents livestream start time, now’s the perfect opportunity to hop into Pokemon Sword and Shield and prepare for the new DLC. In case you haven’t heard, the Isle of Armor will include a new machine called the Cram-O-Matic, which will allow players to trade in junk for a reward. 

If you need a break from that, you can head on over to Pokemon GO to get ready for all sorts of upcoming events. The Solstice event will be taking place this Friday, followed by the Bug Out event on June 26. Further, Niantic has released details about the upcoming virtual Pokemon GO Fest 2020 and is even selling shirts to celebrate. Needless to say, there are plenty of Pokemon-related things to do while you wait for the stream to kick off.  

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If you’ve decided to hop back into Sword and Shield for a bit, be sure to check out our game page for tons of great guides that will help you through the game. For convenience's sake, we’ve listed a few of our recent guides below.

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