Just one week away from opening its doors for its 2021 edition, the firm AMG SAC, organizer of Peru Gaming Show (PGS), confirmed the dates of the traditional Peruvian fair for next year, which will be carried out on June 15 -16.
In an official statement, AMG SAC decided to thank “the gaming industry; suppliers, operators, regulators, institutional associations and the authority of the Peruvian State, Mincetur, for their support and confidence in carrying out the year-end event.”
After 18 months of stoppage and due to an uncertain outlook caused by the pandemic, the fair generated certain doubts in the industry even with the sanitary protocols applied, but in tune with major international events (such as the recent G2E Las Vegas), the organization made the decision to make PGS 2021 a reality on December 1 and 2. “We are very satisfied and grateful to the exhibitors who will participate, but also to those who will not be present because their absences were surely caused by the difficult and critical situation,” they highlighted.
“Our wish is to have all the players of the industry in this call because from the beginning we defined the fair as the place of reunion in the new normalcy; normalcy that will allow the discussion of current issues, recall past acts and decisions that must be put into practice today. Interaction between suppliers and demanders looking to the future in a dynamic and prosperous industry is what everyone expects”, the organization stated.
In this way, those responsible for Peru Gaming Show reported their 2022 calendar, “in line with the most important fair events in the world such as G2E or ICE, that after returning to normalcy set the new dates for the events keeping the same months that by tradition they have always carried out the events in”.
In this way, PGS -in accordance with this custom and out of respect for the exhibitors, who surely already have a structured agenda-, will maintain the month of June for its 2022 edition. “We, therefore, announce that the dates for PGS 2022 will be June 15 and 16”, they emphasized.