iGaming Super Show Returns to Dublin in 2012

untitled-11.jpg15th December 2011, London UK – The iGaming Super Show will be returning to Dublin on the 22nd – 25th May 2012 at the Royal Dublin Showground. This landmark event in the online gambling event calendar has grown year on year to become one of the most anticipated shows of 2012. Last year saw over 2500 executives from the online gambling industry descend upon the Irish capital, and the organiser expect to exceed these number in 2012. Although the popularity of the event will undoubtedly ensure growth, new added features to the event will ensure an even higher number. Its open-door policy ensures that regardless of gaming vertical, any gaming executive working in this market will be able to learn, find and connect at the iGaming Super Show.

“We’ve aggregated a number of new features for the 2012 event.” Reveals Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, “not only have we confirmed high-level speakers and sessions six month in advance, but we have intensified the networking and learning opportunities available at the event. For example, we’ve re-introducing the popular speed networking sessions and we’ve set up a new zone dedicated to financial betting, with its own conference, for anyone interesting in entering the world of binary trading, forex and financial spread betting…We’ve also hired a team who will be devoting their time to grow our VIP program ensuring the very best in the industry attend. These are just a few of the enhancements we can release at the moment, but expect more news in the New Year”

In addition, the organisers have revealed a sneak peak of some of the bigger names who will be speaking at the event. These include Simon Burridge, CEO of Virgin Games, Patrick Power, Communications Director of and descendant of the ‘original’ Paddy Power, Birgitte Sand, Manager of the Danish Gaming Board, Mickey Charles, CEO, Sports Network, Paul Davis, MD, Counting House Ltd and Bart Barden, Senior Director of Popcap Games, amongst others. The high level names have gone a long way towards building a comprehensive VIP program which will attract industry executives from all walks of life.

“We also have over 50% of the show floor sold, with some of the biggest affiliate programs and gaming suppliers confirmed” continues Alex Pratt “We are determined to ensure that this event is as exciting for the biggest CEO to the new start affiliate, ensuring that whatever your need, this is the place to learn and get the best iGaming insights and connections.”

The iGaming Super Show aims to provide a meeting place for the whole industry, whether vendor, media, affiliate, operator or regulator – this event brings the whole online gambling market under one roof. With two distinct zones, two conference rooms and memorable networking events and free entry, the iGaming Super Show is set in the online gambling calendar. The full conference schedule will be released in January, more information can be found on: www.igamingsupershow.com.


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About the iGaming Super Show http://www.igamingsupershow.com
The iGaming Super Show is set to attract over 2,500 delegates, ranging from operators and vendors to regulators and affiliates making it the biggest event in the iGaming calendar. The show will be completely free of charge for all attendees, and will include multiple networking events, high level conference streams and the biggest exhibition the industry has ever seen. The iGaming Super Show is designed to host two shows under one roof – One half dedicated to the mainstream sector such as jurisdictions, payment solutions, software and technical suppliers etc… and the second half dedicated to the affiliate sector.