Prague Gaming Summit 2018 Reveals Key SpeakersPublished January 26, 2018 by Mike P
March 2018 marks the return of the Prague Gaming Summit. Find out which key speakers are hosting the main panel discussions.
The Prague Gaming Summit 2018 is gradually approaching its 29 March start date. At that time, speakers from throughout the iGaming industry shall come together at the Andel’s by Vienna House Prague Hotel to attend what is billed as a “boutique” event.
The summit shall focus on the iGaming markets based in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland, with key speakers tasked with explaining the main regulatory updates to software providers and gambling operators working in the features nations. Structurally, the summit has been designed to allow the speakers to deliver panel talks to a room of attendants.
An important panel shall be the one discussing effective marketing strategies for the sports betting industry. In this case, Michal Shinitzky of Pangea Localization Services shall host the panel. Michal has amassed front-line experience from working with 888 and PokerStars as two leading operators. Michal has experience with marketing, content, and localisation.
Max Krupyshev works for the Cubits marketplace that facilitates the electronic transfer of Bitcoin. After encountering the cryptocurrency in 2013, Max went on to hold roles in developing software and mining Bitcoin. Naturally, such years of experience have primed Max to lead a discussion that has been entitled “Innovation Talks”.
The final key panel has been entitled “Focus on Slovakia”. Organising company European Gaming Media & Events (EGME) has not yet revealed the speaker to be Dr Robert Skalina. Robert is a Czech national working out of a Malta as a lawyer serving the online gambling industry. Robert has previously advised in various areas, such as in relation to law, finance, taxation, and technology.
EMGE on the Rise
EGME is a new player to the realm of conferences and events, with the company running its first event in Budapest during September 2016. Other past events have visited the major European cities of Ljubljana, Riga, and Vienna.