Last year the Entertainment Software Association cancelled E3, the biggest trade show in gaming, due to covid-19 concerns. According to pitch documents obtained by Video Games Chronicle, this year’s E3 might be as a strictly online affair, with three-days of streaming content running from June 15 to 17.
The Entertainment Software Association, which represents the US gaming industry, has released a measured and somewhat tepid statement regarding the recent Muslim ban instated by Donald Trump. In it, they ask the White House for “caution”.
According to Entertainment Software Association president Mike Gallagher, E3 2011 will have almost as many video monitors as it does attendees. [Venturebeat]