European Gaming Media and Events has announced that software and web design recruitment specialist Hyperion Tech has signed on to serve as the official Outsourcing Sponsor for its upcoming Prague Gaming Summit 2019 extravaganza.
Mark your calendars for March 12:
The boutique gaming event organizer used an official press release to detail that its Prague Gaming Summit 2019 is set to take place from the Vienna House Andel’s Prague near the center of the Czech capital on March 12 and will see over 125 delegates gather in order to take part in a plethora of iGaming learning and networking opportunities.
Building ‘dedicated teams’:
European Gaming Media and Events described Hyperion Tech as ‘a dedicated information technologies teams company for mid and long-term projects’ that is headquartered in the Maltese seaside town of Sliema. The Romanian firm also stated that the recruiter serves as ‘a disruptive force’ in the market due to its ‘lean an effective approach for enterprise clients’ that sees it ‘build outstanding [and] passionately dedicated teams.’
Wide range of attractions:
The organizer explained that the upcoming third annual edition of its Prague Gaming Summit is to feature conference and panel sessions covering a wide range of regulatory and compliance issues for a number of European jurisdictions.
As if this wasn’t enough, European Gaming Media and Events declared that the event will additionally give attendees the ability to discover some of the latest trends in information, security and anti-money laundering technologies while investigating trends on topics as broad as ‘understanding millennials’, ‘the relationships between regulators, operators and affiliates’ and ‘MasterCard’s new requirements for online merchants.’
Read a statement from European Gaming Media and Events…
“Whether you are a new to the industry or a veteran, the Prague Gaming Summit 2019 will offer you the opportunity to learn something new and be part of a group at the forefront of gambling industry in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Liechtenstein.”