Alfastreet decided to withdraw from ICE 2022 due to the situation caused by Covid and numerous other cancellations by international show exhibitors.
Alfastreet has confirmed it will not be exhibiting at the forthcoming ICE 2022 show being held in April.
Alfastreet has been exhibiting at the ICE London show for more than 28 consecutive years, and they were positive that they’ll attend the show until the middle of January 2022. The decision was as difficult as logical for the company, which looks forward positively for the upcoming second half of the year.
They are hoping that the G2E Las Vegas show will happen in normal conditions and have higher attendance than the previous season, especially because many customers may still experience difficulties traveling.
The 2022 Las Vegas show could be the perfect opportunity to meet again with all the partners and operators, before the next ICE.
The plans of launching new products are still in full swing and the decision to skip the show will not stop Alfastreet from unveiling the novelties that were studied and developed during the epidemic.
Several private events with product presentations are planned in the upcoming months in different countries all over the world, where customers will have a chance to meet with the Alfastreet sales team and distributors on their own locations.
Nika Pockaj, Marketing Manager commented on the last events: “We are very sorry and frustrated that we have to skip this year’s ICE London show, especially because everything was already planned and organized from our side.
Unfortunately, the situation is what it is, and we need to distribute our resources wisely. We’ll modify our plans and make new arrangements for novelties presentation on our distribution locations, where we’ll meet and greet our customers as well.
We stay optimistic for the future and we believe that ICE London 2023 will be one of the best gaming shows in our history. We really look forward to getting back to our normal lives and to unveil our further plans for the next edition of ICE.”
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