Whilst the latest Covid-19 strain has forced certain large-scale gaming events further down the calendar, the industry remains optimistic for the return of some of our most-missed global gaming shows, including Clarion’s ICE Totally Gaming, not to mention our very own ASEAN Gaming Summit 2022.

Though some countries have reimposed restrictions, most have remained steadfast in keeping their borders (and economies) open – showing just how far we’ve come since the early months of 2020.

Our industry is on the same page, it appears. Though some business may have slowed, our supplier special report is evidence that our suppliers and service providers are not slipping quietly into the night this time.

We are finding that many have continued to stay productive and stable despite the pandemic, adding new products, services and new partnerships to their arsenal, entering new regions and markets.

We expect the second half of 2022 to be a busy time for networking and global gaming shows.