Coming in February: The Georgia Gaming CongressPublished December 8, 2015 by Vlad G
Paul Davis and Stuart Ballan have already confirmed their topics as expert speakers and are sure to be highlights of the Georgia Gaming Congress.
Known as one of the most important events in the iGaming industry, the Georgia Gaming Congress is scheduled to take place on the 25th of February, 2016. Guests include managers of casinos, investors, organizers, equipment manufacturers and various other key players in the online gambling industry from around the world but focusing mostly on Georgia, Europe and CIS.
The conference will be highlighted by important events featuring expert speakers to provide more insight on key topics.
Paul Davis to speak at the conference
The director of Counting House, Paul Davis, is one of the major speakers at the Georgia Gaming Congress and he will use his vast experience in the field to talk about the importance of online banking when it comes to internet casinos.
Optimizing the payment experience is certainly highly important for every operator but the subject usually doesn’t get much traction at such conferences. Davis will look to change that by sharing information on the options available to operators for processing payments while comparing them to the player demands and the requirements of different countries.
Eastern and Central Europe will be the main markets covered in the presentation since this is where there has been significant growth for online gaming recently.
Speaking about Lottery Messenger
The founder of Global Lottery Messenger Forum, Stuart Ballan, will also speak at the conference and the event will likely attract a big crowd. His presentation promises to cover everything about the Lottery Messenger industry and this includes key aspects like the progress seen in the past two years, specifics of B2B and B2C, key players in the market, brands and platforms, payment processing and more.
Stuart Ballan has plenty of experience in the industry, as shown by his sales track record which easily goes over $150 million. He is now the Head of Sales at Counting House and worked as the Sales Director for Dragonfish.