The Video Game Fair in the city of Madrid announces the dates in which IFEMA will host the event this coming autumn of 2020.
Madrid Games Week, the popular event related to the video game industry that is held every year in the city of Madrid, has announced the dates on which its next edition of this 2020 will be held, confirming that IFEMA will host such a massive fair between the October 9 and 12 this year. This has been announced by those responsible through their usual channels, sharing a new video clip with a message of hope in relation to the current health crisis that our society is experiencing globally.
IFEMA will open its doors from 9 to 12 October
“#We continue to be Us, and we return with the same passion, energy and enthusiasm; with new experiences and more learning. Because we know well that together we achieve great objectives, and that alliances based on trust are more necessary than ever. See you in # MGW20! From 9 to 12 October, at IFEMA ”, the Madrid Games Week organization has shared through an official statement.
#We continue to be Us, and we return with the same passion, energy and enthusiasm; with new experiences and more learning.
Because we know well that together we achieve great objectives, and that alliances based on trust are more necessary than ever.
See you in # MGW20! pic.twitter.com/t5rAIQ83kG
– Madrid Games Week (@MadGamesWeek) May 5, 2020
This announcement comes at a very delicate moment around the world in terms of confinement and uncertainty about the massive events that may or may not be held throughout this year, with many of the main fairs of all kinds of industries (among which there is the video game) canceling their upcoming face-to-face events and announcing digital presentations via streaming instead.
Without going any further, the cancellation of Gamescom 2020 in Germany was recently announced due to the coronavirus crisis, further confirming that it will be held digitally in the coming summer dates yet to be announced. Another similar recent announcement is the Summer Game Fest, an alternative to E3 2020 organized by Geoff Keighley, responsible for the popular The Game Awards event that takes place at the end of each year.