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Over 250+ of Asia’s leading sports betting, online casino, lottery, social and mobile gaming executives are expected to attend. iGA 2015 is a great place whether you’re looking to form new partnerships, learn about the Asia’s latest innovations, opportunities, strategies, and developments for interactive gaming and to network to discover new opportunities.

iGA gives you more networking opportunities by bringing back the “iGA Official Speed Networking” in addition to iGA 2015 After Party, Cocktail functions, Breakfast Briefings, and more.

This year, confirmed speakers include Akamon Entertainment CPO Alex Cohen, Alderney Gambling Control Commission Exec. Director Andre Wilsenach, Paddy Power Asia President Harish Narayanan, SBTech CEO Itai Zak, VP Jim Yu, and many more.

iGA 2015 will be also be co-located with Mobile Gaming & Social Casino Asia—a conference that discusses the latest innovations and developments in Asia’s growing mobile and social gaming sector in depth.

Attend the iGaming Asia Congress 2015 and grab the opportunity to meet CEOs, VPs, MDs and senior directors from different sectors including gaming regulators, software provider, online marketing consultants, legal advisors, and more.

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