“It’s a decision not taken lightly and is in the best interests of all concerned as well as being in line with all the professional and official advice available,” read a statement from the show’s organisers.
‘We consider that a postponement at this stage maximises the chances to both protect the health and well-being of all our attendees and hold a successful show in 2020,’ read a statement from the organisers.
“The last two years of attending the Pitch have been a huge success for Rubik’s in terms of not only building fantastic new relationships with some of the most creative people in the toy industry, but also winning some great products,” said Rubik’s’ Hayley Woodward.
“We look forward to seeing what the participants come up with and hopefully it will lead to some exciting new Gibsons products,” said Emily Charles, product development manager at Gibsons.
“This is our first Board Game Club take-over and it is definitely the right time with such a fantastic range of games launching this autumn,” said Spin Master’s Dharaa Patel.