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All COVID-19 gaming industry conference postponements worldwide

23 April 2020

Casino City’s, the world's most complete guide to gaming events, continues to update its data throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic, providing in-depth details on all cancellations and postponements for industry-related events.

Since mid-March, dozens of land-based, iGaming, Indian gaming, and legal and regulatory trade shows and conferences have been affected by COVID-19, with a few announcing virtual/online versions of their events, including next week’s SBC Digital Summit, in which Casino City Press will have a virtual stand fully staffed.

“The up-to-date data at is especially helpful now as conference organizers react and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Michael Corfman, Casino City CEO. “In addition to providing cancellations and new dates, there are also detailed articles and press releases with more specifics.”

Virtual conferences that have been created as an alternative to live events, include:
  • SBC Digital Summit (27 April - 1 May 2020): A fully virtual and interactive conference, exhibition and networking experience for delegates around the world, delegates will be able to browse a digital exhibition and utilize an interactive networking space that allows them to connect directly or in groups.
  • ICE North America Digital (11-15 May 2020): Clarion Gaming's flagship U.S. event has been reformatted as a digital event and will deliver a week of streamed industry content, discussions and debate.
  • ICE SiGMA Asia Digital (8-10 June 2020): The virtual conference will cater to both gaming and tech audiences, with free-of-charge content geared towards bringing the industry together in what has been a difficult time for businesses.
Other conferences that have been postponed, cancelled or moved to a digital event include:
For a complete list, visit, which provides information on more than 2,400 gaming events.

In addition, Casino City’s has researched nearly 2,000 coronavirus gaming property closings in the U.S and Canada and offers current lists of closed and open properties organized by state and province. Free access to this information is available by visiting

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