Attendees Rush Gamescom Stage, Mention GTA 6 and Bill Clinton

Two attendees rushed the stage during Geoff Keighley’s Gamescom Opening Night Live showcase on August 23, 2023. One of the attendees shouted “Bill Clinton wants to play GTA 6” before being escorted off the stage.

The incident occurred shortly after Keighley had announced the release date for the upcoming game Starfield. The attendees rushed the stage from the audience, and one of them grabbed the microphone from Keighley. The attendee then shouted “Bill Clinton wants to play GTA 6” before being escorted off the stage by security.

The incident was briefly interrupted the showcase, but Keighley was able to continue the show without further incident. The attendees were later identified as Matan Even and Nir Ronen, both of whom are known for their disruptive behavior at gaming events.

Even and Ronen have a history of attending gaming events and disrupting the presentations. In 2022, they rushed the stage at The Game Awards and interrupted Geoff Keighley’s acceptance speech for Game of the Year. They also interrupted the Summer Game Fest 2023 showcase by shouting obscenities at the audience.

It is unclear why Even and Ronen rushed the stage at Gamescom. However, their previous behavior suggests that they may be seeking attention or trying to make a political statement.

The incident has been met with mixed reactions from the gaming community. Some people have condemned the attendees’ behavior, while others have defended their right to free speech.

Gamescom is a major gaming event that attracts thousands of attendees from around the world. The incident is a reminder that even at these events, there is always the potential for disruption.

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