Tokyo Game Show 2020 will be held online in September
Organizers promise the presence of great developers and eSports tournaments
The Tokyo Game Show organization announced that the 2020 edition of the event will take place entirely digitally and online in September. This was already expected because of the pandemic of the new coronavirus ( Sars-CoV-2 ), but until now there has been no official confirmation that the event would be held – nor the date for that.
Now the organizers have met to announce that the game fair will run from September 24th to 27th. The staff of the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) further promised that the convention will count on the cooperation of major studios and companies in the gaming industry.
This includes both large producers and independent developers. In addition, the press release only announces that more details about the broadcast schedule and who will be attending will be revealed at a date closer to the Tokyo Game Show 2020 .
But one thing that the organizers have already promised is that we will have developer discussion tables, eSports tournaments, virtual exhibitions and updates on the launch of new games and services.
For those who want more information, just go to the Tokyo Game Show 2020 official website. There, there is more data on how to watch the event, what to expect and even some companies that already have their presence confirmed.
CESA is currently accepting the registration of business partners who wish to participate in the event. On the official website of TGS 2020, there are both sections for large companies and for independent developers to register.
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