E3 2024 Cancelled as Well? More and More Indications
Zuzanna Domeradzka, 08 September 2023, 12:17
Reedpop has severed its partnership with ESA and will not be helping organize the E3 trade show, which on top of that has lost access to the Los Angeles Convention Center. The future of this major gaming event has therefore become highly uncertain. Instead, it has been confirmed that Summer Game Fest will once again be held in June 2024.
E3 Returns With New Organizers; Schedule Revealed [UPDATE]
Michael Zegar, 27 September 2022, 13:04
Reedpop will assist the Entertainment Software Association in preparing E3 2023. We also learned the approximate start date for next year's show.
E3 2023 to be Held in Traditional Format
Michael Zegar, 07 June 2022, 21:34
The Entertainment Software Association has announced that E3 2023 will be held in a traditional format. We will get a physical event that will also be live streamed.
E3 2022 Cancelled [UPDATED]
Hubert Sledziewski, 01 April 2022, 10:17
It's happened - E3 2022 has been officially cancelled. The event will return in 2023 at the earliest.
E3 2021 Not at Risk, For Now
Milosz Szubert, 12 March 2020, 14:44
Entertainment Software Association assured that although this year's edition of E3 was cancelled, the event will return next year. But the question is, in what form?
E3 2020 Preparations Moving Full Steam Ahead, Despite Concerns
Bart Swiatek, 03 March 2020, 16:17
The organizers of E3 - Entertainment Software Association - informed that for the time being they have no plans to cancel the event in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. Plans may change if the world situation requires it.
Major Publishers Agree to New Rules for Lootboxes in Video Games
Paul Wozniak, 09 August 2019, 14:25
Many game publishers (including EA, Ubisoft and Blizzard) have agreed to new rules for lootboxes imposed by Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.
Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo Develop New Policy on Lootboxes
Jacob Blazewicz, 07 August 2019, 22:48
Entertainment Software Association has revealed that Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft intend to change their policy on lootboxes. From next year, companies will impose the obligation to provide information about the chances of obtaining specific items from lootboxes in games published on their consoles.