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Coronavirus: Gaming & esports events impacted

Coronavirus: Gaming & esports events impacted

The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to impact the esports and video game industries. Here are just some of the events cancelled or postponed as a result.

Coronavirus: Gaming & esports events impacted

The COVID-19 outbreak is still heavily impacting planning for esports events. Governments from around the world are taking measures to protect populations and avoid the propagation of the virus.

So far, many events have been either delayed or cancelled in order to follow health regulations.

Affected events

E3 2020 has officially been cancelled

Following the cancellation of GDC and several other gaming events due to the coronavirus outbreak, E3 was under pressure to clarify its position. Following rumours all day, an official announcement confirming these rumours has been released by the Electronic Software Association.

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