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BAC and EiG return to Berlin for 2017 conferences

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Key igaming conferences back in German capital following 2016 events

December, 2016 (London) – Organisers of EiG and BAC have confirmed that both events will once again take place in the German capital, following successful 2016 events.

BAC and EiG return to Berlin for 2017 conferencesEiG will be returning to the Arena Berlin, and will take place on Monday 30th October – Wednesday 1st November.

As usual, BAC will back onto EiG and as such the Berlin Affiliate Conference will take place on the 1st – 4th November 2017 – with the expo and conference days being Thursday 2nd November and Friday 3rd November.

The news comes hot on the heels of hugely successful 2016 events. EiG had over 2,000 delegates registered, and a total of 3,056 delegates attended BAC, including 1,695 affiliates and introducing brokers.

iGaming Business’ head of operations, Shona ODonnell commented: “Following such a successful 2016 event, there was no question that BAC would be returning to Berlin next year.

“Affiliates and operators alike have consistently told us that the conference is one of the highlights of the gaming calendar, and we plan on making the 2017 event bigger and better than ever. With EiG remaining in Berlin too, we hope that the igaming industry can join us once again for a week in Berlin.”

Event director for EiG, Rory Credland commented: “EiG brings together key decision makers from the igaming industry from all across Europe – and with its central location and reputation as an innovation and tech hub, Berlin is the perfect location for the 2017 event.

“We are excited to once again join forces with the team at iGaming Business to ensure that the industry benefits by having both events in the same city.”

The next major events on the gaming calendar are ICE Totally Gaming, taking place on the 7th – 9th February 2017, and the London Affiliate Conference which is moving to join ICE at ExCeL, and will take place on the 9th – 12th February 2017.

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About iGB Affiliate

iGB Affiliate is the affiliate-facing brand of iGaming Business. It organises the three biggest affiliate events in the industry – LAC, AAC and BAC – as well as the recently-announced Nordic Affiliate Conference. Its conferences provide the platform for affiliates to learn from the industry’s best during dedicated conference schedules, and meet affiliate managers from major and rising operators both on the exhibition floor and during well-attended networking events.

The affiliate conferences are the only place you can network with large volumes of affiliates at once. For operators, the conferences are vital to growing their affiliate networks. iGB Affiliate also provides the free iGB Affiliate magazine. With high quality content and strong digital and print followings, it continues to be the only dedicated magazine in the affiliate industry.

About EiG

 EiG will be back in October 2017 – Pre-Register your interest today to join 2,000+ of iGaming’s leading professionals that will gather again to meet, network and share ideas with colleagues.

EiG is the leading gaming industry event completely focused on achieving Excellence in iGaming.

We play host to senior-level decision-makers from iGaming operators, Land-Based Casinos, Betting Shops, Lottery Operators, Social Operators, Gaming Start-ups, Regulators, Consultants and many more, on a global scale. We provide a unique platform which encourages and facilitates networking and learning for the entire iGaming ecosystem.

EiG is organised by Clarion Events. For over 65 years, Clarion Events has been dedicated to the promotion and organization of trade shows, events and conferences. Clarion brings together about 700,000 people and 12,000 exhibitors and sponsors in more than 250 events held around the world. Clarion Events has a global presence – operating with 12 offices in 9 different countries around the world.

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