Normal people will likely frequent Monaco every once in a while. They might even go twice in a lifetime if Prince Albert respects their appetite for a party. Save the Grand Prix and various poker tournaments chances were thinner on the ground for the iGaming industry than you’d expect.
That was all until the Monaco iGaming Exchanges was inaugurated last October and the good news is that the conference will be back again this year. For all those in the iGaming industry that might want to act out the James Bond lifestyle, the conference takes place at Monte Carlo’s Grimaldi Forum from October 10-12.
This year’s event will be at the same venue as last year’s and provides those interested in the region, and France, with a unique opportunity to learn more. 2010 saw 221 companies from 24 countries in attendance and in addition there were 38 panelists and 250 members of the media reporting on proceedings.
The Monaco iGaming Awards will also make their return and see the best in the French market vying for the gongs from 8pm on Monday 10th October.
The full conference programme so far is as follows:
Monday 10 October
11:00 – 12:00 Panel : Report by ARJEL on the Online Gaming in France 16 months after the market opening
14:00 – 15:30 Round Table : French Market Perspectives: Revision Clause
16:30 – 18:00 Round Table : The Online Gaming Regulation in Different European Countries
Tuesday 11 October
11:00 – 12:00 Panel : The international Online Poker Market
14:00 – 15:30 Round Table : A New European Scenario: the Green Book of the European Commission
16:30 – 18:00 Round Tables : The International Online Sports & Horse Betting Markets :
• 16:30 – The international online sports betting market
• 17:15 – The international online horse betting market
Wednesday 12 October
11:00 – 12:00 Round Table : The future of Land-Based Gambling: casino, video lotteries and bingo