Sun, sand, sangria…and gambling. Must be EiG

TAGs: barcelona, Clarion Gaming, EiG, european igaming congress, spain

eig logo barcelonaOne of the best things about being involved with the European iGaming industry is the veritable plethora of different conferences put on for the benefit of our fine selves. EiG, or the European iGaming Congress and Expo to give it its full name, is the next of these to take place when it touches down at Fina Barcelona from October 16-18.

With the Spanish market one of the most recent to open it means more conferences in this part of the world and in turn a better chance for iGamer’s to make sure their tan is topped up. That’s just the beginning of the benefits that come with attending EiG though.

The conference floor features some 80 exhibitors, who will all offer something very different and aim to give you the best chance to succeed in the European market. Where the conference really comes into its own is the stellar line up of five star speakers.

The cream of iGaming’s CEOs and major stakeholders will be on hand and won’t digress from the main topics of the moment. It will mean CEOs from the likes of Betsson, PKR and William Hill, amongst others, talking about what it takes to come out on top in one of the most competitive continents on the planet. Regulators themselves haven’t been left out and there will be discussions on how to harmonize the European market with regulators from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and as far a field as Nevada coming to share their ideas.

Networking is often the best way to make new contacts and take the vital steps to success – and with over 1,700 executives from 60 countries attending it will give you one of the best chances to grab a vital advantage going forwards. If you don’t manage to collar them on the conference floor there are always the evening’s parties which give you an opportunity to chat with colleagues on a more relaxed level. Just try not to embarrass yourself…not too much, any way.

You can register now using this link and we hope to see you in Barcelona for some sun, sangria and serious networking.


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