This week seemed pumped and primed to finally kick off the big marketing push for video gaming this year. This would typically be the time of E3, but due to its cancellation a multitude of events rose up in its place. Most of those have been pushed back now because of growing unrest in the United States, and now we have two more shows following suit.
Both the PC Gaming Show and the Future Games Show have confirmed to be pushed back a week. The first was announced by PC Gamer, which you can see below, and then Future Games Show was announced to be pushed back not long after by PC Gamer’s sister site, GamesRadar.
Both shows were originally set to be on June 6th, but now they will both air June 13th instead. It’s quite interesting, especially since the Future Games Show was just announced a couple of days ago. These are the latest in a rash of gaming events to be delayed due to ongoing protests rocking America right now. We’ll keep you updated if more delays come.
— PC Gamer (@pcgamer) June 3, 2020