It has been a busy few months for NVIDIA. The release of its latest GeForce RTX 30 Series has been met by an unprecedented demand for the company's graphics cards, with NVIDIA struggling to manufacture enough stock to meet this demand.
As with most tech companies, NVIDIA reveals its latest products and innovations during keynotes, events, and live broadcasts. In the absence of huge expos such as E3, NVIDIA is among the growing collection of companies that now regularly host their own events.
So, if you're eagerly awaiting the next huge NVIDIA announcement, or maybe just want Jensen Huang to tell you that more stock is coming, we've got you covered...
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When is the next NVIDIA event? Where can I watch the broadcast?
NVIDIA has announced it plans to hold a live broadcast on January 12, 2021, called GeForce RTX: Game On. This will be "a special broadcast event" in which NVIDIA's senior vice president Jeff Fisher will unveil "the latest innovations in gaming and graphics" to consumers.
The timing of this lines up with the online-only CES 2021, which is scheduled to take place from January 11 to January 14.
NVIDIA's event will take place at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST/ 5 PM GMT, and will likely be streamed on NVIDIA's YouTube channel here.
The GeForce RTX event will also be broadcast direct from NVIDIA's website, where you can check out more information about the event. You can go to the webpage through this link.
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What will NVIDIA reveal?
In true NVIDIA fashion, the company is remaining secretive about what it plans to show off in the GeForce RTX: Game On event next month.
The only information we have comes from the name, and that it will show the "latest innovations in gaming and graphics", which is essentially NVIDIA's speciality.
With NVIDIA yet to actually announce the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti or the RTX 3060 cards, its likely that we might see one of these cards make an appearance during the broadcast.
In NVIDIA's previous CES showcases, they have revealed graphics cards from the GeForce RTX 20 Series, alongside Max Q laptops, so we could potentially see some new laptops featuring updated GPUs, alongside news on GeForce Now games.
As the RTX 30 Series remains out of stock almost everywhere, fans and prospective customers will also be hoping for the announcement of more stock, although this will likely sell out almost immediately.
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