Hailed as one of the most celebrated events for gaming lovers and professionals, the Global Gaming Expo is all set for the highly-anticipated launch of its 2021 edition slated to be held in Las Vegas, the city known for its vibrant gambling hub.
According to the announcement made by the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions, the event will be organized at the Sands Expo & Convention Center. The exhibition will be concluding on October 7 after a four-day-long extravaganza dedicated to gaming fans from across the world. The education sessions of the exhibition will kickstart from October 4, whereas the exhibits will be opened for the public the very next day. The visitors will enjoy access to a floor devoted to gaming exhibits and some exclusive virtual displays.
The long-awaited 2021 Global Gaming Expo is likely to attract techies and gamers in flocks as it is one of the first mega-events to be organized post the COVID-19 crisis. Last year the exhibition was held in a virtual-only format as part of the pandemic guidelines given outlined by the government authorities. However, as situations are under control and the casino industry is returning to its usual pace, the organizers decided to hold the event in Las Vegas.
Talking about the G2E exhibition, Korbi Carrison, the event director, stated that the team is elated to hold the October extravaganza. The event has a long history of 20-years and is a prominent junction for the global gaming cluster. The upcoming G2E exhibition will be a significant move for the gaming industry. A similar reaction was given by Meredith Pallante, AGA VP of global events. The spearhead is happy to see the courage shown by the industry during the pandemic and the steps taken by it to recover in the post-pandemic phase.
The city of Vegas is on its path to revive the gambling sphere, which faced a major setback because of the pandemic. A chain of essential events and tournaments is gearing up for a launch in the state in the future. Shining as one of the top-tier trade events, the World of Concrete is likely to hit Las Vegas after the extended pandemic closure. This will be the first post-COVID-19 event organized in Las Vegas and will be the first to be held at the newly-designed Las Vegas Convention Center. Further in September, the Center will host the Annual Conference and Expo of the Society for Human Resources. The launch of conventions in the city will bring back the casino cluster to the city and help revive the gambling revenues that were forgotten for a long time.