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E3 2020

E3 2020 has lost another piece

After the abandonment of Sony and the problems related to Coronavirus, E3 2020 faces the defection of iam8bit. The company was one of the main creative partners of the event, and was to be in charge of a ...

E3 2020 - Geoff Keighley will not be present

Despite the E3 2020 is still a long way off (four months), the first news and rumors begin to arrive about the maximum annual video game fair in Los Angeles. It seems that the ...

E3 2020, there will be many changes

ESA, the association that deals with the organization and management of E3, has promised big changes since the next edition of the fair. E3 2020 therefore seems to come to light, paying particular attention to the strictly related aspects ...

Epic Games promises transparency in the loot box

Epic Games joins the ranks of companies that want to regulate loot boxes to make them less unpredictable. Epic has also joined Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to gain transparency in the prize funds.

Fast and Furious Crossroads, a trailer announces the new date ...

In the past few hours Codemasters has released a new gameplay trailer dedicated to Fast and Furious Crossroads, the video game inspired by the film saga of the same name ...

CONI - The recognition of Esports in Italy starts

Remember when, 3 years ago, the President of CONI Giovanni Malagò during an interview with Fabio Fazio's Che Tempo che fa program defined the ...

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