The Baltic Region is Coming Up Strong, and MARE BALTICUM is Ready to Shine BrighterPublished November 26, 2018 by Lee R
A new awards show and a new site has positioned MARE BALTICUM to grow fast!
European Gaming Media and Events has proudly announced the opening of registrations to the second edition of MARE BALTICUM at a new location.
The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Summit will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania on the 9th of May, 2019 at Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel.
The new location has been determined as a result of a unique feedback carried out at the conclusion of the inaugural 2018 event in Riga.
Goals This Time Around
The second edition of MARE BALTICUM 2 will extend its brand of bringing together the leading companies in the Baltic and Scandinavian region for a program-packed day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts.
Officials confirmed to speak include Lolita Sumskaite of the Lithuania Ministry of Finance; Signe Birne of the Republic of Latvia Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection, Estonia Ministry Taivo Põrk of the Estonia Ministry of Finance; and Danish Gambling Authority Director Brigitte Sand, with more officials set to be announced by the end of 2018.
Two key new topics on the agenda include Safe Gambling and Industry Innovations, with MARE BALTICUM featuring another special IMGL MASTERCLASS™ to follow up on one of last year's biggest highlights.
In addition, an awards ceremony is being added to BALTICUM for the Baltic and Scandinavian Industry. The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming BSG Awards will be given to the top companies in their fields by independent judges in a lavish awards ceremony. Stay tuned for more details about nominations, voting and award categories!
Last Year's Testimonials
Rest assured, last year's Riga proceedings left attendees eager for more.
Bet Construct Head of Spring BME Satenik Danielyan positively gushed about the ambience, saying
"the moderators were very highly qualified and engaging people, very supportive!"
SBTech Account Director Marjan Branko called Riga "nice and productive event. Keep up the good job, guys!"
And Estonia Ministry of Finance Taivo Põrk ebulliently proclaimed himself "looking forward to the next one! I will be back next year as well!"
With so much fresh energy and ideas, the second edition of MARE BALTICUM will illustrate the status of the rapid development in another emerging region.