SPiCE India 2020 Postponed Until 26-28 August Due To Coronavirus
Posted on April 2, 2020 | 9:29 am
Even though at the beginning of March the organizers of India’s biggest gaming and betting event were confident that it would stick to the original schedule, SPiCE was not held as planned on March 25-27.
According to the latest information, the Strategic Platform For iGaming Conference & Exhibition India has been rescheduled to take place at Goa Mariott Resort & Spa from 26 to 28 August 2020.
Last Year’s Huge Success
The third edition of SpiCE was focused on the gambling community in the region from the very outset, following the huge success of the two previous meetings.
…took place in February and brought together a great number of industry leaders and renowned experts, discussing the tendencies in the iGaming and brainstorming all aspects of the gambling-related activities. The latest developments in the Indian parliament connected to changes in legislation and eventual legalization of online sports betting were also addressed.
Besides the socio-economic and financial benefits of legalized gambling, an array of other themes were highlighted including investment opportunities in online skill gaming and land-based casinos, as well as efficient structuring of foreign capital and gaming businesses. In addition to that, such important topics as responsible gambling and player protection both had their place in the discussions.
The Biggest Event Till Now
Set to outdo the two previous, SPiCE India 2020 promises to be the largest assembly of stakeholders within the gambling industry not only in the Indian subcontinent but also far beyond its borders.
A gateway to the Asian market…
…it’s a must-attend for anyone involved regardless of the specific sector as just one look at the lists of speakers and providers is enough to figure out the magnitude and importance of the event.
Ten nominations were offered for this year’s awards including Poker Operator Of The Year and SPiCE Speaker Of The Year. By the way, over fifty people will speak at the conference, with representatives of some internationally famous software developers of Live Dealer solutions.
As things stand now, amid the closure of all brick-and-mortar venues due to the spread of COVID-19, online casinos see significant increases in customers looking for slots and popular table games. Although the situation continues to remain uncertain, Eventus International who runs SPiCE India looks forward to welcoming all clients on the new dates in August.