Ukrainian Gaming Week 2020 has been postponed from October 6-7 due to ongoing quarantine measures in the country, with foreigners prohibited from entering the country until September 28. Ukraine’s first gaming trade show will convene to November 26-27 at the Kyiv IEC.
The Ukrainian government under President Volodymyr Zelensky legalized regulated gaming in the country on August 13.
The inaugural trade show will center on how the law will be enforced, how much revenue that legalization will bring to both the state and private sector and how international operators can enter the fledgling market.
The event is being organized by Smile-Expo. It will include a two-day exhibition spanning 5,000 square meters (54,000 square feet) and hosting more than 100 vendors, as well as expert conference panels, open lecture sessions, the first UGW Awards and a closed-door VIP party. Three thousand people are expected to attend.
Exhibitors will include software developers, gambling hardware manufacturers, affiliate networks and programs, banks, payment aggregators, consulting and law companies, marketing agencies, and many others.
For more information, visit https://ugw.com.ua/en.