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EA Play, Steam Game Festival delayed by a week to support anti-rasicm

More events are making room for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Both EA Play and the Steam Game Festival Summer Edition have been delayed by a week in the wake of anti-racist protests around the globe.

First, EA Play will now take place from 9.00 am AEST on 19 June, rescheduled from 12 June.

“With the important conversations taking place and important voices being heard around the world right now, we’re moving out time to come together in play,” Electronic Arts said in a statement.

Next, the Steam Game Festival, Summer Edition, has been scheduled to take place over 16-22 June. It was originally planned between 10-15 June.

“The Steam Game Festival has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 16th thru June 22nd,” an email from Valve reads.

We’ve updated our guide that details all E3 2020 replacement events in Australian times.

 

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