Show being reworked for 2025.
The ESA (Entertainment Software Association), the organisation behind E3, has parted ways with ReedPop after 2023’s show failed to get off the ground. As reported by GamesIndustry.biz, the two parties had signed a multi-year contract to collaborate on the industry exhibition in an attempt to bring it back to its former glory. However, with this year’s show a no-go, the companies have made a “mutual decision” to cease the partnership.
This news leaves E3’s future up in the air, to some extent. Plans for an E3 show in 2024 haven’t been cancelled, but according to the report, it will not be taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, which is its usual venue. According to GamesIndustry.biz, the ESA is working on a “complete reinvention” of E3 for 2025.
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