The IAGA International Gaming Summit, due to be held in Belfast between August 23-25, has been cancelled. Notice of the decision came from IAGA President, John Hagan of Harris Hagan, who apologised to members looking forward to the gathering in Northern Ireland this summer, but due to continued international travel restrictions and national lockdowns, the organisers have taken the regrettable route to cancellation.
On a more positive note, Mr. Hagan stated that IAGA will be holding a full day of Best Practice sessions at G2E in Las Vegas in October, with dates for the Summit in 2022 due to be announced shortly.
Mr. Hagan added: “Thank you most sincerely for your ongoing support of IAGA in these most trying of times and your patience whilst we made this decision. On behalf of the IAGA officers, Trustees and Counselors, we greatly appreciate your understanding and involvement.”