Boutique gaming event planner European Gaming Media and Events has hailed the ‘huge achievement ’ of the inaugural version of its European Gaming Congress (EGC) before detailing this the extravaganza’s 2019 edition is to take place in the Italian town of Milan.
The series organizer used a formal Monday press release (pdf) to reveal that introductory EGC was held at the Grand Union Hotel in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana on October 16 and ‘listed a substantial victory ’ as analysts, regulators, experts and service providers from across Europe gathered together to go over some of the very key licensing and compliance issues facing the business.
Insights and networking:
European Gaming Media and Events stated that those who had attended its first EGC were moreover able to get the most recent industry insights from jurisdictions including Malta, Slovenia, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, France and Greece while using a plethora of networking opportunities to meet a number of the European gambling business ’s most influential characters.
Zoltan Tundik, Head of Business for European Gaming Media and Events, declared he was ‘really pleased with the turnout and the comments ’ received from EGC attendees and feels the event will now ‘complement’ his company ’s well-established offerings that have the Prague Gaming Summit, Central and Eastern European Gambling Alliance and Mare Balticum Gaming Summit.
Tundik’s announcement read…
“The conference is here to remain and we look forward to exploring its new destination in 2019, which has been voted with a survey from the business. ”
Provided with ‘invaluable information’:
Internet casino games developer Tom Horn Gaming has been merely one of many firms that attended last month’s EGC with the Maltese company ’s Compliance Manager, Lucia Chmelova, describing the event ‘yet another prosperous event organized by Zoltan and his colleagues’.
Chmelova’s announcement read…
“For me , the event provided invaluable information about the current status quo in controlled markets and shared insights to the compliance issues many of my business colleagues have been facing. The program was superb having an impeccable choice of high-profile speakers and nicely thought out panel talks. I can’t even await the 2019 version. ”