Asian Gambling Exhibition Global Gaming Expo Asia, also known as G2E Asia, was postponed two months before the end of July 2020 due to the fears associated with the outbreak of deadly coronavirus.
G2E Asia, Annual Exhibition of Global Gaming Expo Asia, represented by American Game Association and Organized Reed Exhibitions. Three-day event, which is usually held annually in May, transferred two months before July 28, 2020.
The organizers of the exhibition, which usually takes place in the Venetian Macau, a luxurious hotel and a casino resort in Macau, belonging to the American company Las Vegas Sands, after a long discussion with exhibitors stated that in the interests of all participants postpone the exhibition until the end of July of this year.
The organizers declare the following in the ad: "Like all of you, we carefully tracked the global health crisis associated with coronavirus disease. Our main priority is to ensure secure conditions for employees, customers and participants of the exhibition Global Gaming Expo Asia. In consultation with our Exhibitors and the Government of Macau and because of the precaution, we postpone G2E ASIA 2020. G2E ASIA and its organizers, American Game Association and Reed Exhibitions, fully understand and value the planning level necessary to participate in such an event. Unfortunately, the outbreak of COVID-19 and the associated trips and commercial restrictions make these preparations too hard for holding a show, as planned in May. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will continue to keep track of the situation and support close contacts with all G2E Asia stakeholders in the coming weeks. ".