ENADA Rome gaming show cancelled

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The Rome ENADA trade show, originally set for October 13-15, has been cancelled, the organiser IEG Expo informed InterGaming yesterday.

The exhibition has indirectly been the victim of Covid-19 because the larger Italian gaming show, the Rimini ENADA, had been moved back from its March date to fresh dates, September 30-October 2.

Now the organiser has confirmed that the two shows are obviously too close together. “It would not make any sense for either the visitors or the exhibitors,” said a representative of IEG.

She added: “Even the Rimini event is being organised against a background of uncertainty about the number of visitors, precautions over Covid-19 and accompanying regulations.”

ENADA Rimini will be accompanied by the Rimini Amusement Show.

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