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E3 2020 schedule guide: All alternative E3 conference dates, times, and streams announced so far

As you might expect, E3 won’t be happening as usual this year. First its physical event was cancelled, then all online plans were scrapped, leaving it up to publishers (and the likes of Geoff Keighley) to make their own plans.

Though we can expect multiple standalone announcements throughout the summer instead of the usual week-long rush, early June – around when E3 2020 was set to take place anyway – remains a focus for most publishers and streaming partners to show off their games.

Ultimately, E3 is still happening in all but name – though, for the sake of simplicity, it’s still the label many people (including ourselves) are still attaching to any summer conferences taking its place this year.

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