Watch the Nintendo Spring 2019 Nindies Showcase Right Here [Done!]

There are more indies coming to the Switch!

Another season, another Nindies Showcase! Today Nintendo will be livestreaming the Nintendo Spring 2019 Nindies Showcase at 9am PT/12pm ET. With the annual Game Developers Conference going on right now, it's the best time to focus on the work of independent developers. The livestream will likely play host to new games and probably a good number of ports.

If you're not up for watching the video, you can catch the recap of all the announcements right here!

When is the Spring 2019 Nindies Showcase?

As Nintendo announced on Twitter a few days ago, it's running today at 9am PT/12pm ET. You can expect around 30 minutes of new information. (In contrast, the indie showcase in January was only 16 minutes long.)

Where can I watch the Spring 2019 Nindies Showcase?

You can either head to the Nintendo Live site to watch it on YouTube, catch the same stream below, or watch the stream on Twitch!

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