The Tokyo Game Show is one of the biggest gaming conventions of the year and the Covid-19 took the world by storm, and the gaming convention has been canceled and replaced with an online event.
Yet another gaming convention has been turned into an online event, and judging by the online press release, it looks like the conference will still continue. As stated in the press release, the convention will still have major publishers to indie game developers, unveiling recent updates with new titles and service releases.
See the official announcement from the press release below:
From 24 September to 2 Sun, various gaming companies and organizations, from major publishers to indie game developers, will unveil the latest updates, including the release of new titles and services through the official TGS channel, and streaming programs. Websites created by video and TGS2020ONLINE display.
In addition to live streaming of the e-Sports Tournament, TGS 2020 will provide new information on products related to online online games. All of this online content is free to view.
In related news, due to COVID-19. We’ve seen a lot of great gaming conventions canceled by 2020.
The latest convention to be canceled was both Pack Australia and Pax West, two events that are huge spectacles for gamers. This year has been anything but normal, but the developers are doing a great job of adapting to the work from a distance. Learn more about PAX cancellation here!
The Tokyo Game Show will be streaming live from September 23rd to September 27th
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Source: Press Release