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Social & Mobile Gambling Conference Opens in MarchPublished March 2, 2015 by Elana K
The Social & Mobile Gambling Conference will take place for the second time in Moscow; the SMGC will tackle the latest issues in the industry of online and social gambling.
The second Social & Mobile Gambling Conference (SMGC) will take place in Moscow this March; the first one was held in 2014. On March 12, iGaming industry experts from all over the world will gather to discuss and learn about the creation and promotion of mobile and social network gambling at the SMGC. The event promises to bring valuable information to attendees and create the opportunity for networking.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to share their own experiences in the arena of social gaming and learn from the experiences of others. Registration can be done online on the SMGC’s website.
Talented Conference Speakers
There will be a wide variety of expert speakers presenting at the SMGC.
As of the date of this writing, speakers include: Jonathan Swerdlow, Founder and CEO of GamyTech, on Marketing and Affiliation Through Social & Mobile Gaming; Evgeniy Fateev, Leading Developer at Snegoff, on SocialCore - Quick Launch Technology of Web Applications in Social Networks; Ekaterina Emelyanova, Team Lead at SocialMoov, on How Social Networks Accompany Gambling Companies Throughout the Customer Cycle; Raf Keustermans, Co-Founder/CEO of Plumbee, on Social Casino: How to Survive the Gold Rush; Gary A. Fowler, Founder and CMO/Chief Evangelist GVA LaunchGurus, on the Future of Investments in Gambling; Michael Kharkovskyu, CEO & Founder Crystal Clear Soft, on ТЕМА УТОЧНЯЕТСЯ; Kirill Stepanenko, CEO of Globull, on Users’ Trust Issues and Aideen Shortt, Independent Betting and Gaming Consult, on a topic to be determined.
As is evidenced by the elite line-up of speakers, the SMGC is aiming to become the international leader in the ever-evolving discussion of online and social gambling. Because the landscape is constantly changing, there is a real need for a consolidated update and a forum to discuss the most recent issues. And if this year’s conference is as successful as its predecessor, the SMGC could very well become an annual event.