Boutique gaming event organizer European Gaming Media and Events has announced that the second annual edition of its Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is due to take place in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius on May 9.

Lithuania to host:

The Romanian firm used an official Wednesday press release to detail that the one-day event is set to be held at the Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel and again offer iGaming operators and vendors from around the world the chance to gain valuable insights while touching base with a plethora of Baltic and Scandinavian regulators.

Inaugural edition deemed a success:

This year’s inaugural edition of the Mare Balticum Gaming Summit was held in Riga, Latvia, on May 8 and saw the 100 attendees presented with a series of seminars, panel discussions and networking events that were designed to give them everything they needed to know surrounding the Eastern European and Scandinavian iGaming markets.

Attendees to enjoy ‘quality learning’ opportunities:

In terms of the 2019 edition of the event, European Gaming Media and Events stated that its location was decided upon following a survey of previous attendees with upcoming participants due to be treated to ‘a full day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts’. It declared that confirmed speakers already include the Finance Minister for Lithuania, Lolita Sumskaite, as well as Signe Birne from Latvia’s Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection authority.

The organizer explained that ‘more officials will be announced by the end of 2018’ before revealing that the list of coming participants is set to moreover embrace the Finance Minister for Estonia, Taivo Pork, alongside Brigitte Sand from Denmark’s Spillemyndigheden regulatory authority.

IMGL panel discussion:

As if this wasn’t enough, European Gaming Media and Events proclaimed that the 2019 edition of its Mare Balticum Gaming Summit will feature a special panel discussion from the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) as well as The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards to recognize ‘the hard work of companies in the region’.