EiG, iGaming Super Show, and Amsterdam Affiliate Conference have all been combined into iGB Live exhibition and conference.
The 2018 iGB exhibition will mark the first year that three major conferences have been brought together in a single massive event. From 17 to 20 July 2018, attendees can visit the Amsterdam RAI event centre if they want to attend the iGaming Super Show, EiG, and the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference.
iGB Live is a conference and exhibition that prioritises learning. To that end, the organisers arrange four experiential learning rooms, starting with the Hive, where attendees are encouraged to taste nice food or listen to stunning musical pieces while engaging in intelligent iGaming debates.
Counsel will entail a team of industry professionals coming together as part of an “Oxford-style” university debate. The intention of Counsel is to provoke challenging, controversial discussions on topics with the aim of unearthing breakthrough answers.
Elevator pitches are all about conveying ideas effectively in a short space of time. At iGB Live, the Elevator room features speakers who will deliver 15-minute presentations for new technology, fresh products, and industry procedures.
The event organisers have planned Boardroom as a way for iGaming professionals to learn lessons from other industries. The rationale is that attendees will get to fill their heads with new ideas that could prove useful within the realm of iGaming.
The hit EIG event Start-up Launchpad has also made its way to iGB Live, giving ambitious professionals to pitch their own business ideas. Companies apply in advance of the conference and a select group will be chosen to appear and pitch before the audience, which will be filled with major decision-makers.
The aim of the IMGL Masterclass is to improve the standards of legal education within the iGaming industry. At iGB Live, the panel will be filled with expert attorneys, regulators, educators, and company executives. They will be tasked with delivering highly relevant information related to a variety of legal challenges in iGaming.