Gamescom 2020 still going ahead despite Coronavirus response measures

Gamescom, the annual gaming expo, remains scheduled to
require place this year consistent with its organizers.

The show, which takes place in Cologne, Germany, falls
outside the timezone of current restrictions placed on the town. The
announcement has come despite the continued spread of the Coronavirus disease
across most of Europe and, therefore, the remainder of the planet.

In a new statement posted on Twitter today, the official
Gamescom account said that the event is “currently not affected” by
Germany’s ban on significant events of over 1000 participants, which is about
to last until the top of April. you’ll read the complete update below:

Gamescom 2020 takes place in August, though its organizers
stress that “the health of all trade fair visitors and partners is our top
priority,” and can still monitor things on a day-to-day basis.

Last year’s Gamescom expo saw almost 600,000 visitors
attending, making it one of the first popular gaming events of the industry.
With E3 2020 canceled amongst a variety of other trade and e-sports events over
the summer, the prospects for this year’s Gamescom aren’t wealthy.

Still, this latest update stresses that the show hasn’t been
canceled just yet. The show’s organizers also are promising that full refunds
are going to be issued to ticket-buyers should the choice eventually be made to
shut it down. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we hear anything more.

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