MiGS 2014 coming November

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Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS)’s sixth edition will kick off on November 11th to 12th for a two-day seminar at Hilton Malta, St. Julians.

MiGS 2014 coming NovemberMiGS 2014 is supported by key sponsors, including EveryMatrix, Casino Technology, EY (Earnst & Young), Go plc, Secure Trading, Forty-Two Telecom, Pentasia as well as GLI Europe, Ezugi, Nmi and Bit8.

The past five editions were successful in delivering key topics to decision makers, executives and players in their respective line of business. The event has drawn 250 to 300 delegates who reign from C-Level management positions, providing an edge on other competing conferences organized in the same region.

The seminar will feature speakers such as Minister Chris Cardona, Michael Casselli, Angelo Dalli, Parliamentary Secretary Dr. Jose Herrera, Joe Cuschieri and many more.

“The MIGS conference is important to the Gaming Industry in Malta. It provides excellent content in a close knit environment where delegates may network and further understand the Industry. The MIGS track record has strengthened our position as a top International Gaming jurisdiction; and just like previous years, LGA is very happy to show its full support”.

MiGS 2014 has two full days of talks, panels, keynotes, meetings and networking events planned. The event’s agenda is coordinated in such a way that the delegates are given the adequate time to network amongst each other. The registration includes coffee breaks, lunches as well as other networking events such as a Free Roll Poker Tournament, cocktail parties as well as a Harbour cruise.

For more information go to or click here to register.

About MiGS

The Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) has now established itself as a must-attend event among the international iGaming community, with participation from leading players in this annual informative and networking event held in Malta.


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