The final planning stages are being reached in the organisation of the 44th edition of ENADA expo in Rome, which is to take place for three days from October 4 at the Rome expo centre.
The show will take place slightly earlier than last year’s event – a decision which event organiser Rimini Fiera claim will put it “more in line with the sector’s other major international trade fairs.”
The company has confirmed that the expo will take place in Hall 1 of the expo centre.
In fact, the expo is one of the fundamental events during the year for networking and discussions between all the trade’s key players.
“ENADA Rome once more confirms its role as a historical event and a reference point nobody in the gaming trade world can afford to miss,” states Rimini Fiera chairman Lorenzo Cagoni. “In fact, the expo is one of the fundamental events during the year for networking and discussions between all the trade’s key players.”
The 2016 event will take place against a backdrop of legislative uncertainty in Italy. “I hope that in the months between now and the 2016 edition of ENADA Rome steps will be taken to safeguard the trade and its legality,” comments Raffaele Curico, chairman of the leading Italian gaming trade association SAPAR. “At this point, the main urgency regarding gaming is for the government to take a stand regarding regional and municipal laws that are only affecting one type of gaming. We firmly hope the state will take action, as it is not even possible to organise tenders for the renewal of existing licences.”
ENADA 2016 will return with the continued support of Euromat as well as fellow event collaborators Ascob, Fidart and Anesv.