The summer is always a chance for fans of video games to get excited. In years gone we’d come together to enjoy E3, whether by attending in person or by watching from the comfort of our homes. For various reasons, that was impossible last year and, as a result, gaming events had to change.
For some, this has meant going all-digital–as will be the case for E3 in 2021, and which GameSpot is a media partner for–while others have changed the way they approach coverage of events entirely. That was the case for GameSpot in 2020, when we held Play For All, a multi-week event that encompassed covering the latest game reveals and announcements, but also involved a charity effort to raise money for causes that were important to us.
Play For All was a huge success, not only because it supported charities close to our hearts, but also because it allowed GameSpot to use the platform we have to show that the people who love games are eager to give back to the world and be a force for good. It’s for that reason that we’re excited to announce that Play For All will return in 2021, and proud to be raising money for AbleGamers.
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