Malta iGaming Seminar 2015 Looks to Make a SplashPublished October 27, 2015 by Lee R
Insights from a wide an array of speakers and a diverse array of guests are the key benefits for all attendees.
Here comes iGaming's “Malta Conference,” the iGaming Seminar November 17-19.
Get a Leg Up
The seminar promises to give a leg up to all attendees, providing access to iGaming movers and insights to iGaming shakers as well as engaging networking opportunities that engender the participation of attendees more than ever before.
The event kicks of with big fun: the MiGS annual Poker tournament, a “play for fun” event designed to provide an opportunity for attendees to bond early as well as get a sense of what their customer base is seeking that providers must retain in their online player experience.
Players will include other delegates, sponsors and some of the speakers freshly arrived for the event, and a unique way to break the ice. There will be a networking event set up at the poker tournament where drinks will be served for more meet and greet.
Remember, you don't have to be a professional player to participate in the tournament, as long as you are an iGaming professional or aspiring to be a serious one.
As far as networking, the opportunities at Malta will abound. MiGS was designed as a network-centric event, and it will be offering innovative interaction activities especially for the C-level iGaming community. Online operators, service providers reps and regulatory bodies reps all will be assembled for one concentrated melange of information and empowerment.
There will be no shortage of speakers at MiGS 2015 either. Key stakeholders including private operators and gaming authorities will be on hand to provide vital insights for the coming year and beyond.
The long list of speakers is headed by B3W CEO AJ Thompson, who will share his vast experience designing, building and operating gaming systems throughout nearly every licensed gaming jurisdiction over the past eighteen years.
Also Danish Gaming Authority and Chairman IAGR Birgitte Sand will provide insights on how her country has adapted an effective regulatory model.
Bodog Group Founder and gambling news provider Calvin Ayre will discuss the industry's latest developments as well. This is the very top of a long list of speakers with more announcements on the way.
The Malta Tradition
Malta has a history of groundbreaking conferences with global ramifications—MiGS 2015 looks to keep the tradition alive for the iGaming world.