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Gaming conference due to host 10,000 people in Croke Park cancelled

Withdrawals by sponsors and cashflow issues have been blamed by the organisers, Venatus Events, for the late cancellation notice for the conference

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
19th September, 2019

A gaming conference that was due to host 10,000 people in Croke Park has been cancelled just days before it was due to take place.

European Games Week was due to begin early this week, and culminate in a two-day event at GAA HQ at the weekend.

Withdrawals by sponsors and cashflow issues have been blamed by the organisers, Venatus Events, for the late cancellation notice for the conference, for which tickets went on sale in...

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