Clarion Events to Partner with GamCrowd at London Technology WeekPublished June 18, 2016 by Lee R
A wealth of current topics will be discussed and moderated by a comprehensively diverse range of hosts at the one-day GamCrowd event.
It´s official: Clarion Events has been named Official Start-Up Partner for the June 21st one-day GamCrowd conference portion of London Technology Week.
Dynamism of iGaming
This time around, startup event specialists Clarion and GamCrowd are set to reveal to the world at Leicester Square´s Hippodrome how dynamic the gambling tech scene has become.
First for London Tech
This conference will mark the first time a gambling specific conference takes place within London Technology Week, as one of over 200 total events taking place between June 20-26.
Insights will be shared on topics ranging from London’s impact on global gambling technology, blockchain and gambling, cloud-based services in gaming, data and personalisation, and how to deal with how the regulatory sandbox recently opened by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) applies to the gambling sector.
Tech movers and shakers participating highlighting the event include leading CTO´s such as Phil Graham from Gamesys, Will Mace from Unibet and Chain Finance´ Hans Lombardo.
Moderators of note include Dominic Hawken, the multi-million selling songwriter turned chief technology officer and co-owner of gaming technology specialists Grand Parade, discussing how to match the success of London’s innovative esports and entertainment industries; Gamevys Helen Walton, the winner of Clarion and GamCrowd-sponsored Pitch ICE 2015, addressing the challenges of setting up a gambling tech business; and presenter Sarah McChesney from Fresh8 Gaming, shedding light on the personalisation of sports betting.
Clarion Events Marketing Director Jo Mayer expressed her organisation´s delight at partnering with GamCrowd, with the two organisations previously having successfully collaborated to showcase industry innovation at the wildly popular ICE Totally Gaming, EiG and GiGse conventions.
GamCrowd´s CEO Chris North expressed his organisation´s intention to address the “lack of knowledge” about the gambling industry amongst other sectors, and the content looks to have appeal to professionals and talent in just about any organization or sector looking to expand or diversify.