“It was a difficult decision because of the great effort we and our partners put into making this event happen, but we had to do what we felt was right for the industry and E3 itself,” Kyle Marsden Kish of ReedPop said in a statement. Shared statement on the GameSpot website. We appreciate that the companies involved will not have demos ready to run, and we realize that today’s resource challenges were an obstacle they were unable to overcome to be at E3 this summer. For those committed to being at E3 2023, we regret that we cannot give you the exposure you deserve and may We expected that from the experiences of ReedPop events.”
The information was first leaked via an email sent by the European Space Agency to its members and obtained by IGN. The ESA said in the letter that E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) “simply did not gain the attention it needed to be held in a way that shows the size, strength and influence of our industry”. In a statement to GameSpot, ReedPop confirmed that digital or online events planned around E3 will continue as normal. They include Summer Game Fest and Xbox and Bethesda Showcases. The company also said it will continue to work with the European Space Agency on future E3 events, indicating that the cancellation of E3 2023 does not mark the end of the gaming industry’s flagship event. E3 could be held again in the next few years.
The cancellation of E3 comes after months of rumors about the event’s status. Many major companies, including Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, have announced that they will not be participating in the show. Ubisoft also recently announced that it will no longer be present at E3 and will be holding its own digital event, Ubisoft Forward, in June.
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