In a tough year for keeping proprietary information safe, the ESA's "pitch deck" plans for completely revamping E3 has made it's way into the hands of GameDailyBiz and journalist Mike Futter.
What does the pitch deck have to say about the future of E3?
Why was any change thought necessary, and why this one in particular?
How should one read the ESA's description of "social good" initiatives? (And how should one read the presence of such initiatives from any other corporate source?)
And does this thing have a chance to work at all?
The Age of the Influencer is apparently more of a "festival" in...Virtual Legality
#ESA #E3 #Influencers
Discussed in this episode:
"E3 2020 pitch proposes overhaul with 'queuetainment,' new floor plan, industry-only day [EXCLUSIVE]"
GameDailyBiz - September 17, 2019 - Mike Futter
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"E3 Strategy Deck Updated"
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