Georgia Gaming Congress 2016 Strikes A ChordPublished March 5, 2016 by Lee R
Attendees were invigorated and empowered by the innovative proceedings of the Georgia Gaming Conference.
One of the most prominent and unique industry events in the field of gambling recently concluded last month in Tbilisi, Georgia.
On February 25, the Georgia Gaming Congress professional international forum provided a unique systems-based experience to unite a wide array of business partners, investors and objects for investment.
Attendees from Georgia, CIS and Europe included major land-based casinos managers; hotel and tourism business owners; online casino operators; bookmakers; investors; junket tourists; players, owners of bookmaking software; to betting houses and betting shops; organizers of sports poker tournaments; manufacturers of gambling equipment; and those who wish to open a gambling establishment.
Insightful speeches and presentations from Georgian and international experts addressed trends in casinos, poker, slot machines, bookmaking, online gambling, and junket tourism. Innovative interactive discussion formats provided attendees with unique individual connections to their professional leaders.
Rich Personal Experiences
The personal element really seemed to resonate at CGC as well.
Representatives from software provider and gaming aggregator Slotegrator had an interesting time within what they called the “enthralling and indescribable beauty” of the Georgia landscape and local hospitality.
Slotegrator Individual Reactions
Slotegrator Sales Manager Vadim Potapenko described the event as “passionate” and “colorful,” with enthusiasm filling the eyes of all participants to reflect a sense of “unity and common purpose.”
Slotegrator Senior Sales Manager Nikolai Tugolukov found himself highly engaged, calling the program of twelve speakers presenting reports from the two crucial sectors of ground-based and online gambling "very intense.”
The topics of the speeches really struck a chord as well. Among the Slotegrator favorites was Edgar Isaakyan's report entitled "Freedom of Choice: Why do we need it?" This fascinating perspective on subconscious marketing served as the lynchpin of a diverse array of specialized Slotegrator presentationsfrom other online specialist speakers including Archil Kakhidze, Mariam Talakhadze and Roger Mechri.
The demo area of the event was another unique feature, with the Slotegrator booth placed alongside the rest of the best developers and manufacturers of Georgia, Europe and the CIS.
The proceedings were punctuated by a wine-tasting party in one of Tbilisi's best restaurants which provided the opportunity for informal dialogue.
As far as the value of GGC, Slotegrator CEO Marina Zirka explained that “the gaming market of Georgia is a smart example of how a business should be developed in the CIS market, where healthy competition and strong support from the government dominate.”