CalvinAyre.com will be the official media sponsor of this year’s European iGaming Congress and Expo (EiG). This year the conference and exhibition reaches its tenth year and has chosen the bustling Italian city of Milan to celebrate it.
From 19-22 September, many of Europe’s key decision makers and CEOs will be present for what promises to be one of the key dates on the busy conference circuit. The amount of attendees will number 1,500 giving another reason why you would be foolish to miss out on this get-together. If you can’t make it there’s no need to worry.
If your dream this year was to see your company’s CEO floundering drunkenly as if a fish out of water don’t fret. We’ll have all three days of the conference right here on the site. That includes reports from the expo floor, a look at the best from the CEO panels and anything that might go on in the evening. We’re talking all the debauched happenings at any number of parties and a couple of Drunk as Fuck (DAF) awards thrown in for good measure.
As one of the 1500+ attendees what can you expect?
In terms of the conference floor, organizers Clarion Gaming welcome over 80 exhibitors from more than 60 countries to give delegates the best chance at interacting with as many companies as possible. This is before you consider the stellar list of leading industry figures that will be speaking to the assembled masses.
Norbert Teufelberger co-CEO of Pwin, President of ARJEL Jean-Francois Vilotte, and founder of Sportingbet Mark Blandford are just some of those that will be passing on their intellectual musings on a number of issues. The other issues that will be focused on include iGaming legislation in the USA, player acquisition in news markets, first-mover advantage, future market leaders, gross profits vs turnover in Europe, and a lot more.
Registering before September 9th will give you an additional €100 discount and that can be done at this link. Other than that keep a look out for more news in the build up right here on the tablog for a conference that you really don’t want to miss.