SiGMA Group announced it has postponed the iGaming summit that was to have been held in Malta in November to February 2021, due to recent developments with the Covid-19 crisis.
The event will now be held from February 16-18, becoming the first in 2021’s gaming calendar.
SiGMA says the decision was taken following recent, unforeseen developments of the global health crisis, and is in line with advice from Malta’s health authorities.
SiGMA Group founder, Eman Pulis, said, “SiGMA 2020 was due to take place this November; the show was sold out and we were extremely excited for this edition to take place. However, Covid-19 had other plans, and therefore we have decided to postpone the show for another three months. I must send my gratitude to all the exhibitors who agreed to move their participation at SiGMA with us. I look forward to the new dates and I look forward to welcoming you all with arms wide open.”
SiGMA’s digital conference focused on the Americas will go ahead September 22-24.