Mare balticum gaming summit ready to smash records with return of live events
Two weeks to go until Vilnius summit – with 85 percent of tickets already sold out.
European Gaming, Central and Eastern Europe’s leading betting and gaming media platform, is set to host this month’s soon-to-sell-out Mare balticum gaming summit.
With 85 percent of the event’s tickets sold-out with two weeks still to go, the Hipther-organised event will mark the return of the Baltic region’s first in-person gaming event since the onset of Covid in 2020.
The 5th edition of Hipther’s boutique European gaming summit restarts its in-person format on May 12, 2022, in Vilnius, Lithuania, at the eco-friendly Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel, located in the Baltic capital’s Unesco-certified old town.
Promising a hugely impressive roster of regional thought leaders and regulatory authorities, the Tom Horn, Endorphina and Nordic Gambling sponsored Mare balticum gaming summit provides a unique open platform for stakeholders and industry operators, as well as a wealth of networking opportunities for gaming executives.
The event’s extensive roster of expert speakers includes Dainis Niedra (Managing Director Central & Eastern Europe at Enlabs), Kaido Ulejev (Commercial Director Ceeca at Betsson Group) and Morten Ronde (Managing Partner at Nordic Gambling), with a whole host of further respected industry leaders confirmed to attend.
Alongside the summit is the Bsg Awards, launched in 2019, which have become the most important gaming industry awards in the region after its reputation for being an independent, fair and representative awards event that recognises significant achievements within the industry.
With voting closed on 10th April, the shortlist sees a variety of betting and iGaming companies make the top 5 for its wide selection of highly competitive categories, including the likes of BetGames, Relax Gaming, Betsson, Sis and Kiron Interactive.
To provide a fully transparent process, the final winners of each shortlist category will now be decided by a special voting session held over the day of the conference.
Ahead of the conference, the 11th of May will also see the launch of Tech Meetup Baltics, landing the day before the conference, bringing attendees a full day of startups, SMEs, and large enterprises from the Baltic region.
Offering a wealth of insights across innovation and compliance, delegates will include high-level government officials, fintech, blockchain and cybersecurity experts, as well as multiple panel discussions and exclusive keynote presentations.
Set to mark its inaugural year, Hipther agency envisions Tech Meetup Baltics to become Mare balticum’s sister event, which will tour the Baltics every year.
Commenting on the return of live events in the Baltic region, Zoltan Tuendik, founder and head of business and events at European gaming and Hipther agency says: “With just two weeks to go, we’re ready to rock Vilnius with the region’s first proper in-person gaming conference in three years!
While we were always sure Mare balticum would be in high demand, we’ve been absolutely blown away by the amount of enthusiasm we’ve had from our friends and partners.
I have no doubt it will prove to be an absolutely fantastic conference with a whole host of speakers and delegates set to deliver some of the best insights and discussion tracks available across the Baltics and Scandinavia.”
Gioco News is one of the media partner of the event.