IGN Announces “Summer of Gaming”, A Digital E3 Replacement

Earlier today, IGN announced their event ‘Summer of Gaming’, a digital gaming conference that will start this upcoming June. IGN EVP and general manager Yael Prough stated:

“More and more people are turning towards video games for entertainment and escapism…we’re excited to bring this Global, Digital Event to our audiences and partners- as this will be an event not to be missed.”

Since this year’s E3 has been canceled due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, this digital outlet will be one of the only places that developers can show off their new creations.

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IGN has stated that they already have quite a few big companies that will be contributing: 2K, Square Enix, SEGA, Bandai Namco, Amazon, Google Stadia, Twitter, Devolver Digital, and THQ Nordic are already on the list of companies contributing to the event. There will be a variety of presentations, interviews, game previews, and gameplay showings among much more. We can also expect be viewer interaction, with fans being able to send in reaction videos and vote on favorite events.

We do not have a  clear date or schedule for the Summer of Gaming, but the event will start in early June. IGN plans to release more information about the event in the next couple of weeks.

Want to read more? Check out Culture of Gaming’s articles on Game Companies Announce Alternatives To E3 and E3: Thriving or Barely Surviving? 

As always, thanks for reading COG!

 

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Nicole Evans

Journalist with a love of all things nerdy. Will play almost any video game, but loves RPGs the most. Nicole got her English Bachelors with a minor in Japanese, then decided to start freelancing right out of college. Currently obsessed with Fire Emblem Three Houses.

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