The American Gaming Association and its partner Reed Exhibitions jointly announced that G2E, the global gaming expo, bid farewell to the disruption of the epidemic, will be held for four consecutive days in early October. Relevant gaming operators are all looking forward to it, and 80% of the respondents said that they can't wait to return to the physical exhibition.
G2E, the world's largest gaming event, will hold a "physical exhibition" for four consecutive days in October
The American Gaming Association (AGA) and Reed Exhibitions officially announced that G2E, the global gaming expo, will return to Las Vegas as a "physical event" from October 4 to 7, 2021 in Las Vegas Sands Expo and Convention Center debut. The world's largest gaming expo, G2E, was held online for the first time last year, but the live exhibition was interrupted due to the epidemic.
G2E organizers said they will coordinate event details with Sands Expo, federal, Nevada and local authorities and partners, and event director Korbi Carrison said: “G2E has been a leader in uniting the global gaming industry for over 20 years, and we are very excited to have this year’s Come together in October for the industry’s signature event.”
G2E returns to Las Vegas 80% of gaming industry respondents said they would like to exhibit in person
G2E announced its debut in October, and Clark County, Nevada, also lifted all capacity, social distancing and mask restrictions at 12:01 midnight local time on June 1. A survey conducted by G2E event organizers last month found that 80 percent of respondents would be willing to return to G2E's live events in person. About 93% of respondents said that participating in G2E is crucial to business exchanges in the industry. According to AGA statistics, the U.S. gaming revenue in the first quarter of this year was the highest quarterly revenue in history, and G2E is expected to assist the gaming industry’s performance in the second half of the year.
"We can't wait for the gaming industry to reunite in Las Vegas for G2E 2021," said Meredith Pallante, vice president of global events for the American Gaming Association (AGA). The industry has shown tremendous resilience during the pandemic, and being able to come together again will be another important milestone in our strong recovery.”
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