Global Gaming Expo 2020 Las Vegas Canceled
The American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions have officially announced that the Global Gaming Expo, the premier event in the gambling industry will be canceled in 2020. The show organizers have confirmed that they intend to prepare a series of online events before the end of the year. The G2E event was scheduled to take place October 5-8 in Las Vegas.
American Gaming Association President and CEO Bill Miller stated: world and unclear guidelines for holding major public events this fall, we have come to a sad conclusion. This year we simply won't be able to hold G2E offline. Health and safety has always been our top priority. The uncertainty created by the pandemic makes this a smarter decision than the deadlines of the companies that planned to participate.”
Hervé Sedky, Reed Exhibitions Regional President for the Americas, also commented on the forum's cancellation: “We have come to this decision after consulting with national and local public health authorities and industry leaders. Ultimately, it became clear that the organization of a live event was impossible»
Global Gaming Expo has been the main event in the world of the gambling industry for 20 years. More than 30,000 exhibitors visit the show every year.
In the near future, the organizers of the event will approve plans for virtual and educational events. Earlier in the UScasinos began to close again due to outbreaks of coronavirus among employees of gambling establishments.