Casual Connect Europe 2019 Preparing for MayPublished February 12, 2019 by Mike P
From 28-30 May, Casual Connect Europe 2019 is hosted in London, giving iGaming professionals access to talks, an exhibition, and more.
More than 1,000 professionals are expected to be in attendance for an event that will comprise of exhibition, conference, networking, and prize elements. Those interested can take note that Casual Connect Europe 2019 will take place in London’s Queen Elizabeth II Centre over three days.
Speakers and Networking
Principal organiser Casual Connect has arranged for approximately 150 industry experts to speak to the delegates. Thus far, speakers have been confirmed from a variety of experienced companies within iGaming, including the likes of Zynga, Small Giant games, Voodoo, NaturalMotion, and Netmarble Media.
Broadly, the speakers have been arranged into nearly a dozen categories. This is to help delegates make sure that they attend the most beneficial discussions. At a glance, the content tracks cover the likes of casino, tech, business of games, industry insights, design & development, and kids & family.
The exhibition floor will present attendees with opportunities to network with fellow industry professionals and their companies, which can include software developers, service providers, and iGaming operators. Casual Connect Europe will also hold a number of networking events, such as Track Mingle, Arcade Brawl, The Pub Crawl, and more.
Indie Prize and Developer Showcase
Each year, more than 1,500 developers apply to participate in the Indie Prize competition. The Casual Connect judges then have to search through the submissions to identify the brightest and most talented entries ahead of the May event. Aspiring developers can also browse through a selection of white papers to further aid their development.
Meanwhile, the Developer Showcase is intended to help professionals build relationships with one another. Ahead of Casual Connect Europe 2019, it is possible for developers to chat online with a view to arranging meetings before the event.