The ICE Africa trade show, due to be held October 26-28 this year, has been postponed, it was announced last week by owner Clarion Gaming.
It would have been the third ICE Africa show, but Clarion has adopted “a measured and pragmatic return of in-person events,” said the company.
Clarion Gaming managing director Stuart Hunter said: “When the full scale of the pandemic became clear last year we took the decision to focus our resources and energies into three in-person events – the co-located ICE London and iGB Affiliate London as well as iGB Live! in Amsterdam.
“While we are not holding any other dedicated in-person events, we are launching ICE365.com, an advanced global gaming platform which goes live in April 2021.
“The ICE 365 content series will focus on key verticals, topics and subsets of the global gaming sector and will include dedicated Africa-focused content throughout the year.
“It will provide expert insights delivered across a range of formats, including reports, exclusive C-level interviews from the leadership figures shaping the industry, unique data, video and live discussions. Every piece of content will be archived and available on demand for stakeholders to access free of charge 24/7.”