E3 2020 still happening despite coronavirus outbreak, organizers monitoring situation
E3 2020 is still happening it seems.
What you need to know
- E3 2020 is a major gaming convention that happens over the summer.
- The event is still happening even with the coronavirus outbreak.
- The organizers are still monitoring the situation.
- Be sure to check the event and your bank's refund policy before buying tickets.
A lot of conventions are being canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, but it seems like E3 2020 is going full speed ahead. However, the organizers are monitoring the situation closely, but plans are for the event to occur. If you're interested in attending, be sure to check the refund policy or the transaction dispute policy of your bank because the event may be canceled closer to the summer.
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