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iGB Live! to be held in Amsterdam this September

The gaming affiliate conference was pushed back from April due to the coronavirus

One of the most popular affiliate conferences dedicated to innovations in the online gaming industry running in Amsterdam has been postponed from its original scheduled date. The iGB Live! and iGB Affiliate Amsterdam gambling conference organized by Clarion Gaming has been postponed until September due to the current developments of the coronavirus pandemic. This conference features an opportunity for online gaming companies to form new partnerships, discover new markets and present action strategic plans, among other things.

The event will keep the same location, the RAI Amsterdam; however, the new dates were set for this fall, from September 22 through September 25. According to group event director for the iGB Affiliate series of global events, Naomi Barton, the decision follows up a period of careful consideration, planning and conversations with other stakeholders in the industry. “Gaming, just like all sectors of the global economy, has been hit incredibly hard by the Covid-19 pandemic,” Barton explained. “As event organizers, we are also experiencing first-hand the impact of this awful virus on multiple levels alongside you, and we know how challenging this period is turning out to be for so many of our customers.”

Barton continued, “I utterly recognize that this has so far proved to be an ever-increasing period of uncertainty, and in a way, it’s never been more important for us to remain a community, listen to each other and come out of this unprecedented time with some form of a plan for future success and business growth.” She made herself available for any member of the iGaming industry who wants to get in touch with her or anyone within the organization to help with any concern.

 

 

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