Google cancels IO 2020, for reason coronavirus

Google cancels IO 2020, for reason coronavirus


A lot of events have been canceled by the corona virus in recent weeks. Now it’s the turn of Google I / O 2020. The physical event is canceled, but the search engine giant is now looking for other options to be able to bring the news.

Google I / O 2020 physical event canceled
The event was announced in January and has now been partially canceled. In an email that Google sent around to people who had bought tickets, it says the following:

Due to concerns around the corona virus (COVID-19), and in accordance with health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities, we have decided to cancel the physical Google I / O event at Shoreline Amphitheater.

If you have bought a ticket, you will get your money back for 13. It is also the case that you are automatically the first to buy a ticket from Google I / O 2021. For the time being, the developers’ conference is going ahead in a form, although it is not clear in what way. It is also clear that the event is still taking place from 12 to 14 May.

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Because Google makes just about every event that it organizes accessible via a live stream on YouTube, it is expected that the company will at least arrange that. It is possible that the event will take place at a different location.