Endorphina Attending This Month's CEEGC 2016

Mike P. - September 11, 2016

Endorphina will travel to Budapest for the inaugural CEEGC 2016 conference in September. The company is targeting new deals for its video slots offering.

Software developer Endorphina is gearing up for the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference 2016 (CEEGC) by revealing its plans for the event, which will attract operators, developers, investors, regulators, reporters, and other professionals.

Endorphina’s Plans

Ahead of the event on 20 September, Endorphina has announced that business development manager Miklos Handa will be in Budapest to represent the company. Handa will be there to learn more about igaming in Central and Eastern Europe, while also attempting to seek out new distribution opportunities for Endorphina.

As a developer, Endorphina specialises in the creation of video slots, with the company now boasting a library of more than 30. Many of those titles are found at Bitcoin casinos, with Satoshi’s Secret claiming to be the first-ever Bitcoin slot. Elsewhere in the library, players can sample the likes of Jetsetter, Origami, Stone Age, Retromania, Geisha, Temple Cats, Blast Boom Bang, Chimney Sweep, and Ice Pirates.

Introducing CEEGC 2016

September will mark the first time that CEEGC takes place, with the stunning Bulgarian city of Budapest playing host to the new igaming conference. Those in attendance will arrive to participate in a one-day event filled with fascinating keynote speakers and an array of engaging networking events.

Ultimately, CEEGC has been established to ensure that Europe’s Central and Eastern igaming markets receive more attention. As a result, the conference has been designed with separate discussions to touch upon Europe’s Central, Eastern, and Northern regions, with the Balkans also having a dedicated talk.

The centrepiece of CEEGC will be a discussion entitled “Focus on recent developments in Eastern Europe”, which will be hosted by region specialist Jan Řehola. To add further spectacle, the event will also incorporate the Central and Eastern European Gaming Awards (CEEGA). These will see awards handed out to operators, suppliers, and providers working in the fields of casino, sports, poker, and more.



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