E3 announced it will conclude this year’s virtual event with an award ceremony showcasing the “Most Anticipated” games of the year.
After canceling in 2020 due to COVID-19, E3 is back this year with a fully virtual event from Saturday, June 12 to Tuesday, June 15.
In addition to the usual stuff, like new and upcoming game reveals, publisher press conferences, developer interviews, panel discussions, and more, this year’s E3 is introducing a new gaming awards segment that panelists and media sponsors will judge.
These include editors from publications like IGN, GameSpot, PC Gamer, and GamesRadar+, who will be in charge of awarding the “Most Anticipated” game of E3 2021 – and showcase other “Most Anticipated” games from participating publishers and developers during the four-day broadcast event.
“For this year’s event, we are collaborating with editors at some of the world’s leading video game media outlets to create the Official E3 2021 Awards Show, recognizing the show’s most anticipated games,” said Stanley Pierre-Louis, President & CEO of the ESA.
“The broadcast is going to be packed with exciting announcements and reveals, and celebrating innovative publishers and developers is an ideal way to close E3 2021.”
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