The Phil-Asian Gaming Expo (PAGE) has announced its decision to postpone its July event to 7-9 January 2021, due mainly to ongoing restrictions on international travel.
The exhibition, which held its first edition in mid- 2019, originally scheduled its second edition for 30 July to 1 August 2020, to be held at the Manila SMX Convention Center and World Trade Center.
However, the organizers said they made the decision to change the dates, placing the safety of its visitors and exhibitors at the forefront.
“Thank you so much for the support of PAGE. At this critical moment of fighting against the Coronavirus, we decided to join together more than ever to the current situation,” said the organizers in a press release.
“PAGE will closely monitor the development of the Coronavirus and maintain communication with different stakeholders to make sure the event will be safe to conduct. More information on the rescheduled event will be provided over the coming weeks and months.”
PAGE said it expects to attract over 150 gaming product suppliers and 10,000 professional buyers from across the globe representing a range of industries including travel, hospitality, and entertainment at its 2021 edition.
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