E3 2020 canceled due to coronavirus epidemic

After a series of canceled tech events, there are more to come. E3, the biggest annual video game event, has been canceled according to reports. E3 attracts a global audience and has been canceled amid the coronavirus epidemic.

The widespread virus has impacted other events and launches like MWC 2020, SXSW 2020, Facebook F8 Developer’s Conference 2020, GDC 2020, Google I/O 2020, and more.

We are looking forward to an official announcement from the Entertainment Software Association, the organizer of the event. 

A popular game label and publisher suggested to cancel flights and hotel reservations in a tweet saying:

E3 history:

E3 is one of the most significant video gaming events, where publishers from around the world announce and present their games. Keynotes are delivered from industry giants are made along with product announcements. This year, Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 announcement were expected; however, the cancelation might have postponed the announcement, or it will be made online.

Coronavirus is spreading globally, and as a precaution, companies are holding back their events to protect people and their staff. Companies like Twitter, Apple, and Google are asking employees to work from home as well. You can follow the WHO (World Health Organization) or other health websites for more information on this epidemic.

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