The Entertainment Software Association has announced that the Electronic Entertainment Expo will not actually take place this year either. As with previous editions, this has to do with the coronavirus pandemic. There will likely be a digital copy.
In a statement to GamesBeat Let the ESA know That the Electronic Entertainment Expo cannot take place in a physical way, given the health risks surrounding the Corona epidemic and the consequences for the safety of the organizers and visitors present. The exhibition was originally scheduled for mid-June.
The Entertainment Software Association says it will release more details soon. The organizer says he remains very excited about the future of E3 and also says he is optimistic about the prospects for an online event. The European Space Agency has not yet confirmed whether the exhibition will actually continue as an online event.
This move means that the stock market will be adjusted for the third year in a row due to the repercussions of the Corona virus. last year The exhibition in the physical sense has also been canceled and a free-to-follow digital event has been replaced. In 2020, the exhibition was completely canceled and there was no online event.
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