The second edition of the European Gaming Congress (EGC) is set for November 8th 2019, with the Radisson Blu Hotel of Milan to play host. The full day conference will be dedicated to every group associated with the gaming industry including operators, software providers, regulators, testing laboratories, government officials and more.
The EGC was specifically designed to bring all of these groups together from across Europe to discuss the hot topics some of the markets are currently facing in regard to compliance involving licensing, marketing and operation.
Details of the Conference:
There is still time to register for EGC, with just over a month until the conference will take place. During the special event, attendees will be able to learn from genuine world-class experts in the gaming industry, as speakers share their knowledge regarding the state of the gambling industry including several areas like West Europe and South West Europe.
The conference will have a focus on networking, with attendees encouraged to bring business cards and brochures to share with others at the event. Quality networking as well as learning opportunities will be provided with networking breaks on the schedule along with social gatherings.
Southern European Gaming Awards:
Also, on the agenda is the Southern European Gaming Awards (SEG Awards). The ceremony recognizes B2C operators as well as B2B providers for their commitment to Southern Europe. There are several categories featured in the awards including social responsibility customer service, development and future thinking, among others.
The nomination period has ended but online voting is still ongoing. Votes will be tallied through October 13th and then the shortlist announcement made on the 16th. Once the event takes place, those shortlisted will be recognized with winners named during a special ceremony.
Headed to Milan:
The location was chosen for this year’s event due to the area’s strength in art, design, commerce, education, entertainment along with a host of other areas including tourism. At the Radisson Blu, guests will be close to the Milan city center with direct downtown access, convenient to public transportation and sights of the area.
During the trip, attendees of the conference can easily visit nearby attractions including art exhibits, museums, the fashion district and more.