EAG International Expo 2020: Registration now open

Entertainment, Attractions & Gaming International Expo, the premier event for the international entertainment, attractions & gaming industries, has announced that registration for next year’s show is now open.

The Entertainment, Attractions and Gaming (EAG) International Expo will be taking place from 14 – 16 January 2020 at London’s ExCeL. Organisers have announced that registration is now open, and are inviting visitors to sign up for a complimentary e-ticket.

The new-look event in 2020 has expanded to cover the entire gaming, entertainment and leisure industries. It will welcome over 5000 professionals from the world’s leading tourist attractions, resorts, leisure parks, arcades and holiday venues. It will also feature a full schedule of seminars that will present insights from leading speakers in the leisure industry.

A leading event for the industry

“Visitors to EAG 2020 will gain access to a showcase of the very best in the worlds of gaming and leisure, as well as an inspiring programme of seminars providing insights into and discussion about the latest in immersive entertainment,” says Chairman Martin Burlin.

There are still a few stands available at the show and potential exhibitors can find out more by visiting here.  To attend and claim a complimentary e-ticket, visitors can register via the EAG secure online booking form.

New technologies

EAG expects a great deal of interest in the virtual gaming sectors, which will create exciting new opportunities at next year’s event. Show organisers have reported a surge of enquiries ahead of EAG International Expo 2020 about cutting-edge gaming technologies, such as VR, AR and esports.

Organisers have also promised that next year’s event will include more networking opportunities than ever before.

In addition to this, a comprehensive schedule of educational sessions has been announced ahead of IAG International Expo 2020. KWP Consultancy’s Kevin Williams has created a programme that aims to be both informative and directly relevant to the show’s audience.