CasinoBeats Malta will be digital too
Sbc Events has moved the super Maltese event to June, the 30th and until July, the 2nd, which has always collected crazy numbers and will also be online with many job and in-depth study opportunities.
The physical event was expected to take place at InterContinental Malta in mid-June. By now, we repeat it often but, unfortunately, the Covid-19 and the security protocols have still put restrictions on travel and movements that still affect commercial activities.
For this reason, CasinoBeats has been transformed into a digital event in the new dates from 30 June to 2 July.
And Sbc Events launched the three-day fully virtual conference, also offering an important exhibition and networking experience. Organized in cooperation with GamingMalta, CasinoBeats Malta Digital will use the same advanced technological environment that fueled the success of the Sbc Digital summit in late April.
CasinoBeats Malta Digital will repeat the key elements that make physical fairs so important to the gaming industry and will make them accessible to people around the world.
GamingMalta is an independent non-profit foundation established by the Government of Malta and the Malta Gaming Authority (Mga). In charge of promoting Malta as a center of excellence in the sector of digital and remote games at a global level, it is also responsible for connections with the relevant local authorities to improve the attractiveness of Malta as a jurisdiction and improve the ecosystem surrounding the gaming industry.
Ivan Filletti, GamingMalta’s chief operations officer, said: “Through this cooperation with Sbc, we are showing how Malta remains open for business, while celebrating the resilience of the gaming industry. The efficient response of the Maltese authorities to the Covid-19 pandemic has not gone unnoticed by international investors. CasinoBeats Malta Digital 2020 will be the ideal thought leadership platform to take stock of the current scenario of Malta and the international igaming sector, together with what is shaping the sector’s agenda. We want to use this platform to share with the public and stakeholders because Malta is and remains the home of gaming excellence.”
Delegates can expect a five-track conference with 120 top-level speakers from the world of online casinos, slots, compliance, affiliate marketing and payments sharing their views on the unique challenges and ideas of 2020 on long-term opportunities for the industry.
They can also learn about the latest innovations from the main suppliers at the 30 interactive booths in the virtual exhibition hall and create new connections in the virtual network hall and in special network sessions focused on specific subjects and market segments.
Stewart Darkin, Ceo of CasinoBeats, thinks the same: “With the effects of the pandemic still felt by companies around the world and the gaming market in a very different form than at the beginning of the year, it is more important than ever for people in the sector to share knowledge and work together. CasinoBeats Malta Digital is the ideal platform to do this. We had great support from speakers, sponsors and exhibitors thanks to the participation in the physical event and they see the potential offered by the virtual conference and the format of the exhibition, not least by key partners such as GamingMalta and Kpmg Malta. So, we can’t wait to offer a great event for the 3,000 delegates who will join us.”
The conference agenda includes panels that study how companies have addressed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the casino market and the next steps for the industry as the world will come out from the lockdown. It also features sessions addressing the compliance and payment challenges that have come up in recent months.
Gioco News is one of the media partner of the event.