It's always been a dumb question. But, what if we applied a little math and science to it anyway? If you were in chat during any of the
press conferences media briefings showcases, then you may have seen a poll at the end asking you to rate the show from 1-10. Well, I took all that data and used it to determine who the Giant Bomb Community thinks "won E3 2019."
I'm only running data on the conferences that Giant Bomb was present for because the others, while available in chat, had far fewer viewers than these main five.
Unfortunately, there was something wrong with polls during Xbox, so the totals are lower than how many actually voted, but I still think it's enough of a pool to say it's an accurate representation.
Prior to the first GB @ Nite show on Tuesday, I asked everyone who they thought won E3. This was the result:
So, if we take this data and compare it to the data collected after each conference, what do we get?
Hey! They're in the same exact order. That worked out pretty well.
Either way you look at it, Nintendo dominated this year's E3 according to the Giant Bomb Community.
Until next year, <>.