Over the past week, several gaming companies have made the decision to delay reveal events due to the ongoing protests that have engulfed the United States. Today, EA pushed back yet another event, as EA Play 2020 will not take place on its originally scheduled date.
EA Play Delayed
On May 31, Electronic Arts announced that it was delaying the release of the first Madden 21 trailer. Today, the company stated that it would also be pushing back EA Play, which was slated to take place virtually on June 11.
EA stated today on Twitter that due to the “important conversations taking place and important being heard around the world right now,” the decision was made to push back the event.
Here is EA’s full statement:
— Electronic Arts (@EA) June 5, 2020