iGaming Germany Event Moved to NovemberPublished April 14, 2020 by Lee R
With liberalisation confirmed but still a year away, the inaugural iGaming Germany has time to go on.
One of the most widely anticipated and long-awaited conferences of the pre-Corona era will not be stopped, and the solution provides an exemplar for how to handle the current situation as well as work out the broadest of philosophical differences.
Promoter Eventus has announced the new date for iGaming Germany as 5-6 November 2020, with venue yet to disclosed.
Adapting the Schedule
This is more than hopeful thinking, but part of greater overall revision process of Eventus taking into account the full range of travel restrictions and Corona's impact on greater Europe.
The Original Breakthrough
On the other side of the Corona season lies firmly and squarely the opportunity for a regulated iGaming market in Europe's largest jurisdiction, one that has been beset by delays and legislative uncertainty for years.
The proceedings are in step with the successful journey the newly approved Interstate Treat on Gambling is making through the German legislature, set to come into effect on 1 July 2021.
The inaugural version of iGG 2020 will position attendees to gain first-hand insight into Germany's gaming sector from expert gaming industry professionals.
Attendees will be brought up to date on the current regulatory framework in Germany; discover
how to expand their businesses in the German gaming market; gain valuable business contacts through unique networking opportunities; and profit from launching products in the exhibition area.
For many people, the iGaming Germany is a landmark event for the entire iGaming industry, not just because of the market size, but because of the statement that the liberalisation makes about being able to worked through all challenges, confusion and disagreements to achieve a regulation model everyone can agree on, including the staunchest political opponents.
And in the time of Corona, a little flexibility in planning might be all it takes for many iGaming stakeholders to overcome.