E3 Is Officially Over After Running Since the Mid-90s

Hannah - Editor/Instagram Manager
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Following this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) cancellation, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has announced that the once mighty convention has met its permanent end.

The cancellation comes during an exciting time for the video game industry as a whole, with a mix of new competitors continuing to pop up on the scene, and continued partner withdrawals as studios organize their own events or participate heavily in the Game Awards announcements and premieres, and ever-changing audience interest. E3’s last in-person event was 2019.

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By Hannah Editor/Instagram Manager
Hannah’s a lifelong nerd, but has been with the team since May 2021. Her life is easily classified by two abbreviations - BBG3 and ABG3 (before Baldur’s Gate 3 and after Baldur’s Gate 3). Especially nerdy about: video games, folklore, Star Wars, D&D, Spider-Man, and horror (all of it). Based in Denver, CO.
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