ELAN Awards Delayed by ‘Continuing Negotiations’

Anyone looking forward to the 2010 ELAN Awards will have to look a little bit farther forward. A short press release from the organizers of the event announced that the show had been delayed because of an ongoing negotiation with an undisclosed broadcast partner.

The fourth annual ELAN Awards were tentatively scheduled for "July 2010" and set to take place in San Francisco. We assume that this delay won’t push the awards out of San Francisco, nor will it negatively impact the July 2010, but we’ll see. More from the press release issued today:

The 2010 ELAN Awards, an international video game awards show, has been postponed due to ongoing negotiations with a broadcast partnership. In April of this year, ELAN’s Founder Holly Carinci took the Canadian awards show to the United States and formed a three-way partnership with two LA companies who immediately created an LLC and began broadcast negotiations for the show. Details on both the partnership and the show are expected to be released soon.

Thirty different awards will eventually be handed out in a variety of categories including Game of the Year, Best Console Game, Best Indie Game, Best Casual Game, etc. For more information, visit theelans.com.

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