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Gamesys CEO, Noel Hayden to Speak at Social Gambling Conference

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social gambling conference 201229 October 2012 (LONDON, UK) – Organisers of the Social Gambling Conference have announced that Noel Hayden, CEO of Gamesys, will be joining the elite line up of speakers at November’s conference.

Gamesys hit the headlines in August when Facebook announced that it would be opening its platform to real money gaming in partnership with the UK operator. After months of work behind the scenes, Gamesys launched Bingo Friendzy on August 7, becoming the first real money gaming application on Facebook.

“I am absolutely delighted Noel will be joining us in London as a speaker” said conference Chairman and iGaming, expert Michael Caselli. “He will discuss his recent deal with Facebook and the significance for the wider industry, a key topic for anyone that wants to define their own unique opportunities in the developing social space”.

The November 16 conference will provide an insight into where the leaders and innovators in the space are directing the industry. Sessions will cover topics including: the transition between social and real money gambling, the regulation of social games, monetisation and the opportunities in social gambling. Attendees can register at www.SocialGamblingConference.com.

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About the Social Gambling Conference: www.socialgamblingconference.com

The Social Gambling Conference, hosted by iGaming Business, will be held at Dexter House on the 16th of November. It is a conference for anyone that wants to define their own unique opportunities in the crossroad between the social games space and the iGaming space. It is also a forum for investors in social and gambling that want to stay on the cutting edge of social monetization. The Social Gambling Conference covers the transition between social and real money gambling, regulation in the space, monetization and the opportunities in social gambling. But perhaps most importantly, the conference provides an insight into where the leaders and innovators in the space are directing the industry.

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