Update: It has been announced that the event will be further postponed and will now run from 16-18 November 2021. SiGMA Group has taken action after Malta's Prime Minister Robert Abela publicly stated that new closures will undergo due to unexpected surge in Covid-19 cases.
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The SiGMA Europe Virtual Summit is now slated to launch from November 24th until the 25th, and its main focus will be the European gaming and tech marketplace.
The event will take place solely through virtual platforms, it will offer interactive and visual experience, a first for the company, combining both SiGMA and AIBC brands.
Eman Pulis, SiGMA founder, commented: “What started off in Malta as one single event back in 2014, has morphed into something bigger and more significant to the times of today. Following the huge success of SiGMA Asia and Americas Digital, we decided to end the year with a bang by elevating our online events even further. We’re excited to provide a collaborative platform that leverages cutting-edge technology to bring the best digital experience for discussion, entertainment and networking to the sector.”
New products and services will be shown to the public through a virtual showfloor with 150 exhibitors from the industry that will take part in the event.
A Networking Lounge and an interactive Entertainment Lounge offers users the chance to try their hand at the year’s biggest games and to debate and connect with 5,000 fellow attendees through private chat features or within groups.
The next series of events will take place in 2021 while looking forward to opening their doors as early as February next year.
The following is the info shared by SiGMA: “Due to unforeseen developments of the global health crisis and in line with advice from Malta's health authorities, SiGMA will move its November event to February 16-18, 2021. Europe remains a leading market for iGaming making this the perfect opening gaming show for 2021 in addition to inaugural shows across Asia in May 2021 and Americas in September 2021”