Inaugural EGC Raises the Baltic and Balkan Regions, and Shines West for 2019Published November 7, 2018 by Lee R
The inaugural EGC was a hit among many, and promises to grow and diversify in 2019.
After splashing down to rave reviews, European Gaming Congress EGC has built on that by announcing a new destination for 2019.
The European Gaming Media and Events promoted event took place this year in Ljubljana, Slovenia on October 16th, as a new type of conference targeting a broader European audience through panel discussions of regional markets.
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European Gaming Media and Events Co-Owner and Head of Business Zoltan Tundik expressed happiness with the turnout and feedback from attending operators, service providers and industry experts, further explaining that his company “designed EGC to complement our already established events in the Baltic, Scandinavian and CEE regions.”
As determined by post event survey, the 2019 site was awarded to Milan, Italy.
Testimonials from luminaries gave a better picture of the type of conference that EGC is evolving to become. MME Legal AG Senior Legal Associate Dr. Alexandra Korner called the inaugural EGC a “boutique event that brings together experts from all over Europe to exchange experiences from different countries as well as to develop thoughts and knowledge in various areas of gaming law,” characterizing the event overall as a “Great experience with wonderful people!"
OSM Co-Founder Martin Stofler called the event "an extremely informative and well organized get-together of gaming and gambling professionals. The European Gaming Media team have managed to pull together a great mix of professionals in a very accommodating and enjoyable location. OSM Solutions will definitely return for the 2019 congress."
Tom Horn Gaming Compliance Manager Lucia Chmeľová called the event "Another exciting event in the iGaming industry,” adding that “the event provided valuable information about the current status quo in regulated markets and shared insights into the compliance issues many of my industry colleagues have been facing.”
Stoiximan.gr and Betano legal counsel lauded the "excellent insight into the Balkan and Slovenian markets.”
As the Central and Eastern Europe markets emerge, and EGC further establishes that foothold while revealing how specific approaches, techniques and technologies in that region can add to the overall development of global iGaming integration. Next year's move west to Milan can only build on that.