E3 Representative Reveals That The ESA Will Not be Hosting An Online Presentation After All

It seems that this year's E3 won't be getting an online experience after all, as E3 representative reveals that the ESA is currently trying to find new ways to reach audiences.

Just last month, rumour had it that this year's E3 event would be completely cancelled in order to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading even further. Even if the rumour wasn't true, this would've still been a great measure.

Not a day after the rumour began to spread, the ESA (Entertainment Software Association) officially announced that E3 2020 was being officially cancelled, and that they were thinking of ways to reimagine the event as a whole.

While many thought that this meant that this year's E3 event would be streamed online, nothing had been confirmed by the organisers. All we knew was that whatever it is that they would come up with would be taking place at some point in June.

It seems that this year's E3 event won't be getting an online experience after all, as an E3 representative has revealed that the ESA is currently trying to find new ways to reach their audiences, and that they are also figuring out how to work with exhibitors in regards to video game announcements.

"Given the disruption brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be presenting an online E3 2020 event in June," the E3 representative told PC Gamer.

"Instead, we will be working with exhibitors to promote and showcase individual company announcements, including on www.E3expo.com, in the coming months. We look forward to bringing our industry and community together in 2021 to present a reimagined E3 that will highlight new offerings and thrill our audiences."

Some companies like Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony, among other big name developers, have already revealed that they will be hosting online presentations, but it is definitely interesting to know that some developers will be working hand in hand with the ESA.

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