MiGS12 will make you succeed in Europe

TAGs: Europe, Lotteries and Gaming Authority, Malta iGaming Seminar

logo migs 12 malta igaming seminarMalta is regularly cited as one of the world’s – let alone Europe’s – best regulatory regimes when it comes to the online gaming industry. In order to get a leg up in a market that sees the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) inundated with applications your best bet is the Malta iGaming Seminar 2012 (MiGS12).

The event takes place from September 11-12 at the island’s Hilton Resort and there’s no one in doubt that this is the premier event for anyone looking to tap in to this impressive market. This is a jurisdiction that already has 60 companies trying to obtain licences and to gain an advantage on this competition will be extremely valuable.

Conference goers can expect one of the more professional gatherings on the iGaming industry circuit with expert speakers that have worked in the jurisdiction giving sound advice. CEOs from a number of different firms will give you the insight and tips and tricks in addition to the pitfalls to avoid to succeed in the area.

That’s not to say it’s all work and no play. As we know the iGaming industry works hard but it also plays hard and as such there are a number of “networking sessions” to help lubricate deals and fine tune those all important contacts. In addition to the endless opportunities for networking there is the ever-popular MiGS12 poker tournament. It gives you a chance to pit your ‘A’ game against industry peers and find who is the biggest hustler of them all.

The conference culminates in what is dubbed the “iGaming industry’s finest Pool Party” which also signals the end of a whirlwind two days in this beautiful Mediterranean setting. If the presence of a who’s who of Malta’s iGaming industry in attendance then in the sunny climbs of Malta should be just about enough to make this the next iGaming conference you attend.

Check out last year’s video…

Malta iGaming Seminar Conference Highlights Video



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