Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online set for September 23 to 27

Tokyo Game Show 2020's digital replacement detailed.

Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online

Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online, which will replace the cancelled Tokyo Game Show 2020, will run from September 23 to 27 on the official Tokyo Game Show website, the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association announced.

From September 24 to 27, various companies and organizations, “from major publishers to indie game developers,” will unveil the latest updates “including the release of new titles and services” via the official Tokyo Game Show channel, and streaming programs, videos, and websites created by Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online exhibits.

Tokyo Game Show 2020 will also live stream eSports tournaments, as well as provide new information about game-related goods. Online round-table discussions covering the latest topics in games will also be hosted by the organizer, which will all be viewable free of charge.

Exhibitors and those involved in game-related businesses will be able to utilize online business matching systems, which will launch in mid-August.

The Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association is currently accepting exhibitor registration, as well as applications for “Selected Exhibit” in the Indie Game area and “Sense of Wonder Night 2020,” which is the competition to recognize outstanding game ideas from the exhibitors showcasing at the “Selected Exhibit” area. Read more here and here.

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