The Malta iGaming Seminar Is Almost HerePublished November 17, 2015 by Vlad G
The Malta iGaming Seminar is an unmissable opportunity for networking and for learning about the iGaming industry from expert speakers over the course of three days.
The anticipation for the Malta iGaming Seminar has been building for quite a while and the event is finally just a few days away. Scheduled to take place between the 16th and 19th of November, the conference will cover important topics for the industry in one of the most popular jurisdiction for licensing and development for online casinos.
Networking at Its Best
The MiGS has become one of the major annual events for the online gambling industry and it welcomes representatives of some of the biggest brands in the industry, along with hundreds of attendees from different iGaming sectors. This makes it a great opportunity for networking and making new relations.
There are also planned activities which should make it even easier for the people attending to start a chat and discus work as well as other subjects. For example, the action will start with a poker tournament played for fun. It will continue with dinners, snacks, drinks and even a small harbor cruise before concluding with the ABBA Tribute Act at the VIP Closing party on the third day.
Notable Speakers on Key Topics
Needless to say that the Malta iGaming Seminar is not just about networking and it is also a great opportunity to get more insight on the industry. There will be no shortage of important speakers taking to the stage and this includes representatives of gaming authorities about present and future legislation, private operators for a unique approach on the problems and even CEOs of established brands.
One of the biggest names on the list is AJ Thompson, the CEO of B3W, and he will hold a speech about what it takes to build a reliable gaming system that can cover multiple jurisdiction and last for years.
Other speakers who will attend the event are Birgitte Sand, the chairman of the Danish Gaming Authority, and Bodog Group Founder Calvin Ayre, who is also known for his gambling news website.