EGC Milan a Resounding Success an Effective Precursor to Athens 2020Published December 13, 2019 by Lee R
The European Gaming Congress Milan 2019 was loaded with speakers, workshops, and geographical representation.
The second edition of the European Gaming Congress Milan (EGC) last month on the 8th of November at Radisson Blu Milan was a resounding success.
Over 100 Delegates
Gathering over 110 high-level delegates from around Europe; Cyprus, Malta, and South Korea, organisers would like to thank sponsors NetEnt; SBTech; Planzer Law; Tal Ron of Drihem and Co Law; Betegy; BtoBet; Altenar; Nsoft; and Netshop ISP, the majority of whom have already confirmed return for 2020.
EGC Head Speaks
Event Organiser and Head of Business at European Gaming Media and Events Zoltán Tűndik expressed happiness that European Gaming Congress' platform “has received so much encouragement by leading brands, regulators and government officials coming all the way from Asia.”
Zoltán further celebrated the conference sell out, with attendance from “some of the biggest names of the industry...We are already planning for the 2020 edition and make sure to pre-register in order to receive the updates.”
Preparing for Athens
With a proposed date of November 5th at a venue to be disclosed at the beginning of the next year, organizers look forward to greeting delegates in a new European capital of a market set to make big news in 2020.
This year's conference brought together a full array of compliance experts; regulators; leading gambling industry operators; marketing experts; and several service providers from Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Malta, Greece, Cyprus, South Korea, the Baltics, the D-A-CH region, and even more outlying regions.
The conference agenda covered several panel discussions and exclusive IMGL MasterClass “Ideal connection and communication between regulators and the industry,” joined by Cyprus National Betting Authority Chairwoman Ioanna Fiakkou; Malta Gaming Authority Policy and International Affairs Chief Counsel Michele Magro; Secretary-General of the European Gaming and Betting Association – EGBA Maarten Haijer; Tonucci and Partners Partner Quirino Mancini; and SB Tech Chief Development Andrew Cochrane.
Attending delegates enjoyed a wealth of recent updates while enjoying networking sessions with leading industry names including Southern European Gaming SEG Awards presenters Amusement Gaming CEO Julia Peeva-Sertov and Gabnys Law Firm Founder Andrius Gabnys.
The website has further details of awards winners and agenda for 2019 Milan and 2020 Athens, with European Gaming truly taking its promotion to the next level with this series.