Boutique gaming event organizer, European Gaming Media and Events, announced that BetConstruct has signed on to serve as the official sponsor of badges and lanyards for the upcoming edition of its Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference.
European Gaming Media and Events stated that the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC), which is due to take place at The Ritz-Carlton Budapest on September 25, has been designed to give C-level gaming executives from multiple sectors the chance to meet and discuss future trends and hot topics destined to shape the industry moving forward.
The organizer declared that the 2018 edition of its CEEGC is to feature the subtitle, ‘The Age of Machine Intelligence and How Regulators Must Keep Up With Technology,’ while offering seminars to those interested in the eastern and central European markets covering a range of topics including anti-money laundering, responsible gaming and licensing procedures.
European Gaming Media and Events proclaimed that its upcoming conference will moreover feature compliance and regulatory panel discussions concerning the Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Belarus and the Ukraine, in addition to a master class from the International Masters of Gaming Law.
“We are honored to announce BetConstruct as the official lanyards and badge sponsor for the third edition of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference,” read an official Friday press release from European Gaming Media and Events.
The organizer detailed that it first partnered with the London-headquartered online and land-based gaming technology solutions firm for the first edition of its CEEGC in 2016 with the most recent deal additionally covering badges and lanyards to be worn for its co-located Central and Eastern European Gaming Awards.
“Make sure you grab your seat in time to attend the most prestigious boutique-style gaming event gathering C-level executives yearly in one of Europe’s most visited cities,” read the press release from the company.