Health & Safety

We are extremely excited to meet all of you, our friends and colleagues, at Game Access ‘22, live and face-to-face.

However, our good vibes must not take precedence over health. While the Czech government has removed most of the covid-19 restrictions, this crisis of the past two years reminds us how easily can one's health fall into jeopardy.

That is why we put extra care into designing and implementing the Health and Safety policies of this year’s conference. Please read trough them, and let's keep each other safe. Thanks!

> Entering the event

Entering and attending conferences is currently not restricted by the Czech government

However, we would still like to ask all of our attendees to be careful with their health, and try to limit the chances of hurting themselves or others trough exposure to disease, be it covid-19 or something else.

Tickets can be returned, tickets can be exchanged, but the loss of health is forever.

> Travelling to the Czech Republic

To enter the Czech Republic, you are required to fill out an arrival form, and present either:

  • A proof of a negative covid test result, using either a:
    • RT-PCR test, not older than 72 hours at the start of your journey.
    • Antigen test, not older than 24 hours at the start of your journey.
  • A vaccination certificate, with at least 14 days having passed since the last vaccine dose (second for two-dose vaccines, first for single-dose vaccines).
  • A certificate of having recovered from Covid-19, issued no more than 180 days before the date of the event.

The Czech Republic recognizes:

  1. EU Digital COVID Certificates (EUDCC)
  2. Third-country certificates recognized as equivalent to the EUDCC by the EU authorities
  3. Certificates from several other countries, approved by the Czech Republic

For a complete list of approved certificates, please visit the Ministry of Health website.

More information about the arrival form and entrance requirements can be found on the Czech Covid portal.

If you need any assistance with travelling to the Czech Republic, don’t hesitate to contact us at

> Masks and respirators

Wearing respiratory protection at indoor events is currently not mandatory in the Czech Republic at time of writing.

The only environments where respirators are still mandatory is public transport and medical facilities. Please keep this in mind when travelling trough the Czech Republic.

You are still more than welcome to wear a respirator for extra protection when in public places; Many Czechs do so.

> Hygiene

Hygiene is top-priority at this year’s Game Access, and that is why we have greatly enhanced the cleaning and sanitization policies of our event and employed extra staff.

All surfaces at the event will be disinfected hourly, and ample hand sanitizer will be provided, as well as adequate ventilation and contactless payments.

> In the case of an emergency

For the entire duration of the event, medical and firefighter personnel will be present and ready to respond to any emergencies, covid-related or otherwise.

These Health and Safety guidelines were updated on 17.03.2022.