Alexander Stevendahl (CEO, Videoslots), Jeremy Taylor (managing director, Genting Online) and Ewa Kazmierska (COO, LV BET) are among the 100 experts set to offer their insights on the future of the industry at CasinoBeats Malta 2020.
2020 will see five new inductees into the Sports Betting Hall of Fame, they will be welcomed at a special ceremony during Betting on Sports America, across April 28-30.
ICE London’s acclaimed reputation as the most important centre of learning for international gaming professionals has been underlined with confirmation that the make-up of speakers bringing 2020 vision to this year’s ICE VOX will be the most impressive in terms of seniority and diversity of the event’s history.
Eventus International is excited to be hosting the first ever AI In Gaming 2020 summit in Dubai on 26 and 27 February at Crowne Plaza Dubai.
Following an agreement between consultancy KWP and EAG International, show visitors will have an exciting opportunity to meet the New Year head on with a full day of seminars, addressing the very latest trends in immersive out-of-home entertainment.
Nick Thompson, deputy managing director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the UK’s most iconic seaside pleasure park, is to open the InterFun Expo to be held at the New Dock Hall, The Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK, on April 28–29, 2020.
The 4th edition of the Prague Gaming Summit will take place on 6 March 2020 and is bringing a completely new format.
The second edition of the European Gaming Congress (EGC) took last month on the 8th of November at Radisson Blu Milan and gathered +110 high-level delegates from around Europe, including official delegations from Cyprus, Malta, and South Korea.
Marco Castaldo, Ceo of Microgame, at the GiocoNews.it panel at Sigma in Malta, points out that land-based sales points are less compromised by the ban on gaming advertising.
Ta’Qali, Malta – “The ban on gaming advertising, which is the result of a bad policy and a wrong approach to the sector, is however to be considered as an unavoidable consequence of the irreverence of the operators who made too frequent and excessively aggressive communication campaigns that ended up to offend somebody”.
This is the opinion of Marco Castaldo, Ceo of Microgame, who spoke at the GiocoNews.it panel at the Sigma fair in Malta dedicated to the ban on advertising.
“However, the upside is that online gaming market has nevertheless maintained its growth trend, confirming the Italian sector as a land of great opportunities”, Castaldo continues.
The ban on advertising has therefore not compromised the business, even though it has certainly changed. “What we face today is a new market with new rules in terms of marketing and communication and within which the physical network plays a highly strategic role, with the land-based sales points that are less compromised by the ban and become fundamentals in terms of affiliations”.