Casino Beats 2020 Releases March Date for Expanded ConferencePublished October 9, 2019 by Lee R
Malta is truly making a name for itself with the rapidly emerging event Casino Beats.
On the heels of its powerful launch in 2019, Casino Beats Malta will be back in 2020 with an expanded two day version.
Designed to provide valuable industry insight, knowledge and networking opportunities from a true heart of gaming, CasinoBeats Malta 2020 will be a four-track conference and two-day exhibition for the Intercontinental Malta in St Julian’s on March 25-26.
Over 1,500 senior-level attendees including operators, suppliers and regulators will be on hand to discuss the industry's latest challenges and opportunities with a hand-selected roster of sector visionaries.
2019 Panelist and Leo Vegas Head of Casino James Ford called his discussion on iGaming's search for innovation with three operators and three providers particularly insightful “because there are two sides to the story. It is interesting to see what the other side is looking at and it is good to hear their views on innovation.”
A second CasinoBeats Malta speaker Relax Gaming's Chief Product Officer Simon Hammon called last year's behind closed doors sessions encouraging because of the “wider perspective to be gained from colleagues” to “calibrate what the market is feeling.”
An inaugural CasinoBeats Malta sponsor and Square in the Air betting and gaming agency Robin Hutchison lauded “CasinoBeats and (event organiser) SBC have done particularly well in the last couple of years is to bring proper content to conferences,” lauding the recent CasinoBeats Summit in London for the original display of content content as well as “fantastic” quality of people.
Having proven its vibrancy and agility in its inaugural event, the 2020 version of CasinoBeats Malta looks to be effectively forwarding the island nation's intent to provide thoughtful content and networking to all attendees. This second edition should not be missed by stakeholders looking for new opportunities in iGaming in general and in the Malta market in particular.