Guerrilla Collective showcase postponed
Online digital games festival Guerrilla Collective has been postponed and will now take place from June 13th-15th.
“We recognize this is a time for action and for voices speaking out for justice and change to be heard,” a message posted to the Guerrilla Collective Twitter account reads. “We stand united for change, for justice and in support of Black Lives Matter.”
As well as moving the event to next week, Guerrilla Collective announced a livestream for June 7th. This stream will be “dedicated exclusively to showcasing games created by black developers, titles featuring black protagonists, and conversations with these creators.” Read the full statement below:
Guerrilla Collective was originally scheduled to take place from June 6th-8th and will feature announcements, trailers, and reveals from “some of the hottest publishers and developers around the world.” A few of the confirmed publishers and developers include 11 bit studios, Funcom, Larian Studios, Paradox Interactive, and Sega.
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