You can find the major names below. Simply click play on the embed for each livestream to see the time automatically converted to your time zone.
For now, we know that Capcom will present a “special program” on September 25, plus dedicated livestreams for Street Fighter V: Champions Edition on September 26, and Resident Evil Village on September 27.
GungHo Online Entertainment
The livestream will be on September 25. For the moment, the lineup is unannounced.
Konami will broadcast on September 26 and 27. For the moment, the lineup is unannounced for the first livestream, while the second will focus on Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heisei, Reiwa Mo Teiban!
Sega & Atlus
Sega and Atlus will livestream on September 25. For the moment, the lineup is unannounced, but there will also be a 60th-anniversary celebration.
Xbox returns to Tokyo Game Show after many years of absence. For now, the lineup is unannounced, but the livestream will be on September 24.
Cygames will livestream on September 26, focusing on Shadowverse: Champions Battle.
D3 Publisher will livestream on September 26. The program will include Earth Defense Force: World Brothers (with the live gameplay reveal) while “that title” is also mysteriously teased.
Bandai Namco will appear on September 27 starting with the Sword Art Online series (including news for games and anime) and following with Scarlet Nexus.
Spike Chunsoft will livestream on September 26 focusing on Cyberpunk 2077 including a broadcast about the information distributed in the west with the Night City Wire broadcasts and a gameplay presentation in Japanese.