The iGB team had announced the decision to launch the shows in the summer of 2021 when it will be safer for attendees, exhibitors and sponsors to get to the event. Although regrettable, this move is nothing unexpected, taking the current situation with the COVID19 pandemic into account. The number of cases is growing already and is predicted to become even higher in the fall and winter months. That’s why many European governments are imposing stricter rules for travel inside and outside the region.
“With measures that are beyond our control, we feel a postponement is a right thing to do, as we cannot guarantee that delegates, exhibitors and sponsors will be able to get to the event safely,” group event director Naomi Barton explained.
This means, that iGB Live! and iGB Affiliate Amsterdam will now take place at the RAI in Amsterdam from 13 to 16 July next year. Hopefully, by that time, there will be fewer health safety concerns and the Dutch igaming market will reopen for business once again.
Barton also added that the organizers are shifting the focus to the online format instead.
More details on the new initiative, the iGB Network, are to be announced later. In the meanwhile, The iGB Live! online platform will remain open to users as a networking and content resource, with a free registration via the iGB Live! site.
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Discover the main trends that will shape the utility industry in 2021 by reading the recent MaxBill datasheet. It paints a large picture of what will be relevant and how the providers can adjust their business operations to achieve success in the changing world.
We start this year’s series of interviews by talking to one of the Best Employees 2020 award winners. Alexander Kovalevskiy is a project director at MaxBill, who joined the team last summer. In this interview, he shares valuable tips for those starting their path in the role of a leader.
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2020 is almost over and we are all excited to see what 2021 has to offer. MaxBill researched the current state of the gaming market to discover the most important routes the industry is going to take and put together a comprehensive datasheet.
It is predicted that eSports will earn $1.7 billion in 2021. Also, it is expected for the term “eSport” to disappear, as gaming events will become an organic part of the sports culture. This development is reflected in the number of wagers placed on these events and discussions held around them. However, there are still some nuances in this sector to explore deeper.