The ESA is on alert after LA announced a highly sensitive situation.
Following the declaration that the city of Los Angeles is proclaiming a highly sensitive situation over worries about COVID-19, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has given another announcement with respect to E3 saying they are “monitoring and evaluating the situation daily.”
The ESA says E3 is as yet intended to continue in the full explanation. “The health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, partners, and staff is our top priority. While the ESA continues to plan for a safe and successful E3 show June 9-11, 2020 — we are monitoring and evaluating the situation daily.”
“Our E3 team and partners continue to monitor COVID-19 via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We are actively assessing the latest information and will continue to develop measures to further reduce health risks at the show.”
The new explanation follows an update the ESA gave to IGN yesterday in regards to E3 and how the association is “moving ahead full speed with E3 2020 planning.”
The city of San Francisco likewise gave a highly sensitive situation for the city preceding the coordinators reporting that the Game Developers Conference would be deferred.
On the off chance that the circumstance compounds, there’s an opportunity E3 might be influenced over worries of the novel coronavirus.
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