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News video games 04 June 2020, 10:47

author: Milosz Szubert

Even More Shows and Industry Events Get Rescheduled

Due to the current situation in the USA, further events related to the gaming industry are being rescheduled. The editors of PC Gamer and GamesRadar have decided to move their events from June 6 to 13. IGN, on the other hand, delayed the start of the Summer of Gaming 2020 initiative until 8 June.

  1. PC Gaming Show - from June 6 to 13
  2. Future Games Show - from June 6 to 13
  3. IGN Summer of Gaming - start from June 4 to 8

The festival of delayed online events related to digital entertainment industry continues. Due to the current situation in the USA, Sony and CD Projekt RED have already decided to move their presentations, but as it turned out, this was only the beginning. On the website of PC Gamer magazine there was an information that the PC Gaming Show will not take place as planned, i.e. this Saturday, but June 13. Also GamesRadar+ decided to postpone its event, Future Games Show, on the same day. The organizers did not give the exact start time of both conferences, so we can assume that they will not change. PC Gaming Show should therefore start at noon PT, and Future Games Show at 2:30 PM PT.

PC Gaming Show will be held only next week.

A bit earlier, IGN informed about the postponement of the start of the Summer of Gaming 2020 initiative. Contrary to the original plan, it will not start today, but on June 8, i.e. next Monday.

This means that this weekend only the conferences of the Guerrilla Collective festival will take place. So far, there is no news of this event being postponed. If there are any, we will inform you about it.

  1. PC Gaming Show - official website
  2. Future Games Show announcement on GamesRadar
  3. IGN - official website

Milosz Szubert

Milosz Szubert

A film expert by education. Has been working at since January 2017. A fan of tennis, basketball, comics, good books, history, and strategic games by Paradox. Recently a self-taught Game Master (apparently he's quite good at it). For several years, he edited films on the Notatnik Kinomana channel on YouTube.