New Game+ Expo Digital Showcase Will Broadcast On Tuesday 23rd June

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14 game publishers based in North America and Japan have announced New Game+ Expo (NGPX), a digital showcase that promises “dozens of games that includes new title announcements and live gameplay demos.”

The presentation will stream exclusively on Twitch at 8am PDT (5pm CEST) on Tuesday 23rd June 2020, before a live broadcast that runs from 9am – 4pm PDT (6pm – 1am CEST) that will offer first looks, Q&A, and more.

“New Game+ Expo is a grassroots coalition of publishers and developers,” explains NGPX producer Adam Johnson. “Organizing together for the first time, we hope fans have fun as we take a look at the combined upcoming lineup of games for 2020 and beyond!”

The list of participating publishers is as follows:

  • Acttil
  • AKSYS Games
  • Arc System Works America
  • GungHo America
  • Idea Factory International
  • Inti Creates
  • KOEI TECMO America
  • Natsume Inc.
  • NIS America, Inc.
  • PLAYISM
  • SEGA of America
  • SNK Corporation
  • Spike Chunsoft, Inc.
  • WayForward

SEGA of America COO and president Ian Curran adds: “COVID-19 has brought with it many challenges, but also an opportunity to come together as a bold collective of publishers. SEGA is delighted to announce its participation in New Game+ Expo, a new digital tentpole summer event of 14 publishers, joining forces to create a one-of-a-kind showcase event that unifies a special slice of the video game industry.

“SEGA looks forward to joining with our friends at NIS America, Inc., KOEI TECMO America, Spike Chunsoft, Inc., Idea Factory International, AKSYS Games, Natsume Inc., Arc System Works America, GungHo America, SNK Corporation, PLAYISM, Acttil, WayForward and Inti Creates to bring all our fans more excitement and entertainment as we move into a busy digital show season! We look forward to entertaining you on June 23. In the meantime, stay safe and GAME ON.”

Alex Seedhouse
After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.
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