Yesterday, the Media Indie Exchange (MIX), announced the Guerrilla Collective, a three day long digital games festival to take place on Twitch, and hosted by Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller. The event gets started on June 6th with a full day of news an events: the Guerrilla Collective, the PC Gaming Show, and the Future Games show. A collective of amazing game studios and publishers have come together to create a digital multi-day press conference from June 6th-8th. Teams will share new games, debut trailers while celebrating the gaming culture. More info: https://t.co/Gja0ka2oxN #guerrillacollective pic.twitter.com/yoYDrsJfYC — Guerrilla Collective (@GuerrillaCollec) May 11, 2020 This is an unprecedented time in the industry, and the Exchange knows it. Also part of IGNs ‘Summer of Gaming’ and GameSpot’s ‘Play For All,’ the Guerrilla Collective is a truly agnostic, completely player focused initiative to bring gamers and developers together to celebrate games during a difficult time. Working together, the Guerrilla Collective and other notable publishers and developers have been excitedly chatting, to ensure players have a place to go to search for their gaming fix June 6-8 as part of other initiatives throughout the summer. So far, 21 different publishers and studios are going to be involved in the event, with the promise of more “coming soon.” The Guerrilla Collective starts June 6th, and can be found at twitch.tv/guerrillacollective!