The ESA's statement has as much about Sony as E3 2020 will: nothing.
The ESA, or Entertainment Software Association, has released a statement in the wake of Sony’s confirmation it will skip E3 2020.
Weirdly, the statement is as devoid of Sony content as E3 2020 itself will be.
“E3 is a signature event celebrating the video game industry and showcasing the people, brands and innovations redefining entertainment loved by billions of people around the world,” the statement reads.
“E3 2020 will be an exciting, high-energy show featuring new experiences, partners, exhibitor spaces, activations, and programming that will entertain new and veteran attendees alike. Exhibitor interest in our new activations is gaining the attention of brands that view E3 as a key opportunity to connect with video game fans worldwide.”
What do you make of the statement?