The Tokyo Game Show kicked off on the 21st, with more than 700 companies exhibiting their latest games and peripheral products, the largest number ever. This year, with the spread of e-sports, which are games as a competition, the entry of different industries is conspicuous.

The Tokyo Game Show has been reduced in scale due to the Corona disaster, but for the first time in four years, it was held at all venues of Makuhari Messe in Chiba City.

This year, a record 4 companies and organizations exhibited their latest games and peripheral products.

In the e-sports corner, you can also experience car racing.

In e-sports, as the market continues to grow and new business opportunities are created, there is a conspicuous entry from different industries into peripheral products.

At the venue, a dedicated exhibition corner was set up for the first time, and there were exhibits such as soundproof booths that can be installed at home.

Haruhiro Tsujimoto, Chairman of the Event Committee of the organizing organization, said, "This year, companies that had nothing to do with games before, such as furniture manufacturers, are exhibiting, and we hope that various fusions will be born as a sign that games are growing while involving surrounding industries more than we imagined."

The Tokyo Game Show will be open to the public on September 787 and 9.