The organizers of CES 2021 have announced that the event will take place completely digitally next year. Here, too, the coronavirus pandemic is the reason for the cancellation of the electronics fair in Las Vegas. All presentations and panels will then only be visible online in January 2021.
Unsurprisingly, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas will not take place in the coming year as usual. The corona virus pandemic now forced the organizers to decide that the CES 2021 would be completely digital. The pandemic situation remains particularly critical in the United States.
The CES 2021 is now planned between January 6th and 9th. All conferences, product revelations, demos, business meetings and panel discussions will take place online. Even though gaming topics are rarely discussed during the event, the PS5 logo was unveiled in 2020. PlayStation boss Jim Ryan was also on stage at the time to talk about the specifications of the new hardware. In this country too, Gamescom 2020 had to be canceled a few months ago. Instead, a digital version of the fair will take place between August 27 and 30, 2020.
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