Not quite dead: ESA announces that E3 will return in 2023

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The Electronic Software Association (ESA) has announced that it will bring E3 back from the grave next year. The traditional Summer Games event will return in 2023 as both a digital and an individual event.

ESA President Stan Pierre-Lewis said Washington Post About bringing back E3: “We are excited to be back in 2023 with both digital and personal events. As much as we love these digital events, and they reach people and we want that global reach, we also know that people have a really strong desire to get together – to connect individually and be able to see and talk to each other. . About what makes sports great. “

The ESA held Digital E3 in 2021, and apparently canceled it completely this year due to epidemic concerns. This has led to speculation that E3 is dead, ready to change given the abundance of games. However, it seems that ESA is not satisfied with letting him lie.

This year’s Summer Gaming Events are mainly hosted by Geoff Kegley’s Summer Game Fest, Xbox Showcase and various other shows.

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