iGb Affiliate Lisbon: Portugal, a new market to be discovered


iGb Affiliate Lisbon: Portugal, a new market to be discovered

The second year’s edition, October, 16 – 19 in Lisbon, analyzes the untapped potential of the Portuguese country for the entire iGaming sector.

After a successful launch in Portugal last year, iGb Affiliate Lisbon is returning to bring together affiliates, operators, affiliate programs, suppliers and more for 4 days of networking, learning and fun, with more than 2500 delegates, 1200 affiliated participants and more than 100 affiliation programms.
Scheduled on October, 16 – 19, at the Feira Internacional de Lisboa, the meeting offers attendees a comprehensive look into the Portuguese market, with local operators and affiliates looking to meet larger international players, also thanks to the many networking opportunities provided by the organization.
Tomas Benjamin, Brand Marketing Director for Clarion Gaming, tells the event in this way “iGB Affiliate Lisbon is one of the smaller iGb affiliate shows and offers to its visitors the possibility of learn more about a new market with so much untapped possibility”.
Among the titles of the conferences on the agenda, there are focus on various countries of the world, from the United States to Scandinavia, passing through Latin America and Africa. Which are the most promising markets and why? And what could and should Portugal do to follow their example?
Layla Ali, Conference Producer, answered to the questions: “We believe that each of these markets is promising for different reasons, depending on what operators and affiliates are offering and looking for. For example, if you offer sports betting products, Africa, Brazil and the US are probably the most promising. If you’re in the online lottery or casino market, Spanish-speaking Latin America and Scandinavia are potentially huge for you”.
It’s our opinion that Portugal doesn’t necessarily need to follow any particular example. Rather, each country has to find a regulatory model which works for them. The means having control the illegal market, and setting a sustainable level of taxation that provides enough revenue for the state, without being too punitive for operators”.