SiGMA Europe will be the first major gaming conference of 2021
CompanySiGMA postponed its European iGaming Summit, which was scheduled to be held in Malta on November 17-19, 2020. The new conference will open its doors next February, becoming the first major event in the 2021 gaming calendar.
The decision to postpone such a major forum, which was made after the global quarantine due to the spread of COVID-19, is in line with the recommendations Maltese health authorities and aims to ensure the safety of all members of SiGMA Europe.
The company's priority is the health and well-being of its guests, speakers, participants and employees. As such, management has decided to reschedule the event along with the upcoming conferences in Asia (May 2021) and Americas (September 2021).
SiGMA Group Founder Eman Pulis commented on the postponement of the summit: “SiGMA-2020 was supposed to take place in November this year, all tickets for the show were sold out, and we really hoped that the event would take place. However, COVID-19 had other plans, so we had to postpone the conference for another 3 months. I look forward to welcoming you all with open arms.”
As a reminder, ASEAN Gaming Summitrescheduled to Q2 2021.