8th FEBRUARY 2012 (London, UK) – iGaming Business, organisers of the iGaming Super Show, have announced that their May event will take a global look at the online gambling market, with many high level speakers already confirmed. Looking primarily at the US and European marketplace, the conference will concentrate on newly regulated markets, the latest opportunities and financial analysis of each sector.
“The iGaming Industry is going through major changes, with new countries regulating and the US slowly opening its doors. Companies need to know how to adapt to these changes and, more importantly, make the most of these bourgeoning markets. ”Stated Alex Pratt, head of iGaming Business. He continued about the event “We had a little over 2800 delegates attend the London Affiliate Conference last month, which concentrates on the affiliate sector. With the iGaming Super Show bringing together both the affiliate and b2b industry, we hope to beat those numbers for May and bring the delegates together to tackle the challenges for 2013.”
Fresh from the success of the London Affiliate Conference (LAC) in January, the organisers are clearly confident that this high-level conference will ensure the iGaming Super Show will be well attended.
Notable sessions include a look at the after effects of a regulated Spain, an insider look by the Manager of the Danish Gaming Authority into the intriguing and newly opened Danish market and an in-depth analysis of the challenges presented by the regulating European marketplace on iGaming businesses, assessing business risk, licensing, operation, supply and whether the single market approach is the long-term solution. Speakers such as the CEO of Virgin Games, the Head of Online Gambling Operations at WMS and the Managing Director (iGaming Interest) of Deutsche Bank will all give their professional opinions on their specialist subjects. A special focus will also be given to the USA, with two sessions giving an overview of the market and where, if any, opportunities exist.
Now on its third year, the iGaming Super Show aims to bring the iGaming Industry together with two distinctive zones ensuring the main sectors of the industry are represented. Held in Dublin on the 22nd -25th of May, this event covers a number of high level industry topics such as trends, business and regulation in iGaming and online marketing and acquisition strategies. A full conference schedule can be found on: www.iGamingSuperShow.com. Attendance is free for all delegates.
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iGaming Business has been involved in the iGaming sector for over 8 years. They specialize in publishing and providing high level information to the iGaming sector through magazines, events, websites and intelligent reports. With over 16,000 affiliates, operators and vendors regularly reading our information off-line and 75,000 online iGaming Business is the biggest publishing company within the sector. Please visit www.iGamingBusiness.com for further information.
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.