E3 2019 Just Went Dark, As LA Convention Center Briefly Loses Power

All those games, and no power to play them.

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The Los Angeles Convention Center briefly lost power today, which is kind of a problem, what with E3 2019 going on. Lights and power went out on the show floor for just a second, but it was enough to reset computers and generally cause problems for those in attendance.

If you were watching any livestreams from the show--such as GameSpot's and the Nintendo Treehouse--and suddenly found yourself with no video, now you know why. Power has resumed, but internet connections proved to be an issue that lasted a short while longer. Things have since resumed to normal, but it harkens back to the lengthier power outage at CES earlier this year.

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