Electronic Gaming Review (eGR) Live 2011
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If by the time May comes you’re body is crying out for London to be hosting yet more gaming conference action then your wishes will be fulfilled and hopefully you will have recovered from the mayhem that is iGaming in January to attend.
EGR Live will be taking place at a new venue this year, Islington’s Business Design Centre, but there will be no downsizing taking place at the event that takes place from 3-4 May 2011.
Branding itself as the premier live event for the eGaming industry, EGR Live gives attendees a mix between seminar content, and essential networking and meetings from the industry’s leading suppliers that are unique to a conference of this type.
The conference, brought to you by eGaming Review, is moving base due to the overwhelming demand that saw over 1500 eGaming professionals attend the conference, which also incorporates the EGR B2B Awards.
CalvinAyre.com will be on hand to give in-depth coverage of everything that’s going on at the event – conference coverage is our life-blood after all, and of course there are the parties as well. Any drinking sessions that are taking place around the conference will be covered in our usual style with competition for the DAF award likely to be as fierce as ever.
When you get inside the centre, in addition to a conference floor with a whole wealth of exhibitors, there will be a number of theatres all focusing on a different subject. Last year’s theatre’s looked at anything from payments and research to regulation and licensing, with the biggest stories in the industry right now set to be covered again.
The EGR B2B Awards, taking place on the first night of the conference, are into their second year and will be looking to grow ever further in 2011. If you offer a B2B product then you can receive one of the gongs in categories that cover betting and gaming software, payments, mobile, marketing, IT & infrastructure, and networks. They will be presented at a gala dinner and will be a good way to spend the first evening of the conference.
If a conference at the centre of the iGaming universe, London, sounds like your cup of tea, make sure you’re at the Business Design Centre on May for what will be an event you don’t want to miss.