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11-13 January 2022 ExCeL London
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EAG goes online in 2021!

The entertainment industry’s market-leading annual trade show will take place from 27-28 Jan 2021 as a ‘virtual’ event

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Wed-Thu: 10:30-16:00 UTC

Industry trade body, bacta, is delighted to announce that its popular business-to-business trade exhibition, The Entertainment, Attractions & Gaming International Expo (EAG), will go ahead as an online event from 27-28 January 2021.

Offering a combination of virtual exhibition stands, an exciting seminar programme and the ever-popular bacta networking lounge, EAG Online 2021 presents a real opportunity for exhibitors and visitors to continue to do serious business. With meeting scheduling, live chat, live video and networking capabilities, the online event will continue to bring the coin-operated attractions and wider entertainment and leisure industries together, albeit in a different way.

EAG 2021 was originally due to take place in January 2021 at ExCeL London, but due to ongoing uncertainty caused by the pandemic, bacta was forced to cancel the face-to-face exhibition earlier this year. However, behind the scenes both EAG Expo and bacta have been working hard to find new ways to support the industry and communicate latest industry developments in these challenging times.

Make sure you’re part of the action!

Find out more about EAG Online 2021

The Entertainment, Attractions and Gaming show you can’t afford to miss in 2022!

EAG will return to ExCeL London as a face-to-face show from 11th to 13th January 2022 to provide exhibitors with a unique opportunity to promote products and services to approximately 5,000 key buyers from the coin-operated entertainment, attractions, gaming and leisure industries. 

Ideally located in central London, this must-attend show is easily accessible for both UK and international buyers.

If you’re only attending one face-to-face trade show in 2022, it’s got to be EAG. Contact us to find out more.

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  • £20m expected spend
  • 5000+ buyers
  • 200+ exhibitors
  • GLOBAL media support

If you operate any of these venues, EAG is unmissable

  • Activity and amusement centres
  • Adult gaming centres
  • Amusement arcades and piers
  • Bingo venues
  • Cinemas
  • Climbing centres
  • Clubs and casinos
  • Festivals and event operators
  • Holiday parks and campsites
  • Ice- and roller-skating rinks
  • Indoor and outdoor play centres
  • Museums
  • Playgrounds and leisure parks
  • Pubs, clubs & restaurants
  • Retail/shopping centres
  • Scare attractions
  • Soft play venues
  • Sports and recreation centres
  • Theme and amusement parks
  • Tourist attractions
  • Trade regulators
  • Trampoline parks
  • Water and inflatable parks
  • Zoos, aquariums and animal parks

Don’t just take our word for it:

We had the best ever first day and were seeing customers right up to the last minute of the final day.

Justin Burke, General Manager Sales, Sega Amusements International

Seminar speakers

EAG International Expo 2020 featured a series of high value and informative seminars addressing the key issues affecting today’s amusement and leisure industry. The seminar programme for EAG Online 2021 promises to be equally informative and it will be announced closer to the event.

Tuesday, 14th January 2020

Overview of the immersive attraction landscape

Kevin Williams
KWP

Commencing this groundbreaking conference covering the impact of immersive entertainment on the business of amusements Read more…

Bringing arena-scale VR to the capital

John Lilley
MeetSpace VR

Operator of the premium entertainment facility with a recently opened premier Wembley LBE VR venue Read more…

Hologate – defining immersive entertainment

Leif Petersen
HOLOGATE

Recognized as the leading VR amusement platform with over 300 units in operation Globally, Leif Read more…

Defining younger immersive play

Paul Collimore
SPREE Interactive

The emerging leader in family, and young player based free-roaming entertainment, the platform has grown Read more…

Immersive deployment for FEC’s

Martin Higginson
IMMOTION

The UK’s formative VR developer and installation experts with extensive number of platforms in the Read more…

Conclusion and trend

Kevin Williams
KWP

In the final session of the day, Kevin looks at what we have learned from Read more…

The E Sports debate by Gioco news

Ian Donegan
Chief reporter at InterGame & InterFun

What are the possible links between eSports and Amusement and what are the business opportunities? Read more…

Wednesday, 15th January 2020

How to get ahead online

Bradley Bishop
Oyster Studios

During this lively seminar, Oyster Studio’s digital marketing consultant Bradley Bishop will explore the inner Read more…

Ticket redemption: The future is at sake

David Snook
InterGame

In Italy and beyond, the future of the entertainment sector is anything but fun. This Read more…

How important are cashless technologies as a gateway to improved social responsibility?

John Rozek
Director, Polar Moment Ltd

There are now many cashless payment solutions available to the amusements and gaming operator. Some Read more…

Just how integrated can FEC management software become?

Alex Goldman
Account Executive from IDEAL USA

There are now available software solutions for every aspect of FEC management. Are there any Read more…