Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2023 has been cancelled. The event, which was intended to become the first face-to-face meeting since 2019, was to take place between June 13 and 16 in Las Vegas, United States. Its realization, however, had been questioned among the community after the absence of industry giants such as Microsoft, Nintendo and Ubisoft was confirmed.
This Thursday, when the rumors of a possible cancellation had begun to sound strongly, The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced through his Twitter account that this year’s event will not finally take place. As the organizing entity indicates in the message, there will be no online or face-to-face activities, that is, the expected E3 2023 has been completely cancelled.
News on #E32023 from the source. pic.twitter.com/BK7TUlb8mZ
— E3 (@E3) March 30, 2023
In an email sent to members of the organisation, ESA has said that E3 “continues to be a beloved event and brand”, but this year’s edition “just didn’t garner the sustained interest needed to execute it in a way that would show the size, strength and impact of our industry.” As we can see, the rumors on this occasion have materialized with a bitter reality.
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