Start-ups Invited to Compete for Funding at Excellence in iGaming ConferencePublished August 9, 2016 by Elana K
The Excellence in iGaming (EiG) has put out a call to iGaming start-ups to submit their proposals for the EiG Launchpad by August 29, 2016. They will be competing for a chance to pitch their companies in front of a panel of investors.
Excellence in iGaming (EiG) has put out a call to iGaming start-ups to submit their proposals for the EiG Launchpad by August 29, 2016 in order to compete for the opportunity to pitch their companies to a live panel of judges from the investment community, as well as EiG’s 1500+ iGaming professional audience.
How it Works
Out of the many submissions, five finalists will be chosen to present their companies. (They will also have the opportunity to showcase their companies with a stand on the EiG show floor.) After the pitches, a Question and Answer session, led by Mark Blandford and Evan Hoff, will be held in front of EiG's live audience. After the Q & A, the audience will vote and select the winner.
About EiG Launchpad
EiG Launchpad has been running at part of EiG since 2008, and has come to be considered an important and respected event in the iGaming sector. This year, EiG will take place at the Arena Berlin, Germany, between October 18-20, and the Launchpad will take place on the last day of the event.
Excellence in iGaming (EiG) is an annual event attended by more than 1500 of iGaming professionals from all over the world, including high-level representatives from iGaming operators, betting shops, land-based casinos, social gaming sites, lottery operators, gaming regulators, software providers, and more. The conference offers unique insights into the world of iGaming as well as networking opportunities.
There will be three main conference rooms at this year’s EiG: Interstellar: 2026, Mission Control: 2016, and Capsule. Interstellar: 2016 will focus on giving iGaming professionals the tools they need to make an impact in the long-run. Mission Control: 2016 will focus on the current obstacles facing the iGaming industry, and how to overcome them. Capsule will host interactive sessions that micro-analyze specific and technical challenges facing the industry today.