More Companies Opt Out Of In-Person CES Presence

More Companies Opt Out Of In-Person CES Presence

Microsoft is the latest name in the list of companies that will not be participating in person at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 in Las Vegas. GM, Google, Lenovo, Intel, T-Mobile, AT&T, Meta, Twitter, Amazon, TikTok and Pinterest are few names in the list of companies opting not to have a physical presence at next month’s event on concerns over the rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.

A number of big names are yet to be confirmed at next week’s show, which includes Samsung, LG, BMW, Qualcomm and Sony. As of December 23, the CTA noted that “more than 2,200” companies are still planning to attend the show.

Other key companies have added their names to the previous list, including AMD, MSI, OnePlus and Proctor & Gamble.

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