Cypriot online casino software developer, Slotegrator Limited, has announced that it will be exhibiting at the inaugural iGB Live extravaganza in Amsterdam next month in order to introduce its team and impart ‘many positive emotions.’

The Limassol-based developer premiered its Moneygrator unified iGaming payments solution a little over two months ago while last week saw it ink a deal that is to see nine live-dealer games from Lithuanian firm,, added to its business-to-business platform.

Slotegrator Limited used an official press release to describe the four-day iGB Live as ‘a large-scale educational project’ that is due to attract in excess of 5,000 iGaming professionals from multiple sectors to the Amsterdam RAI from July 17 while stating that it is to be on hand at booth N11 to exhibit its full portfolio of wares in the company of partners Microgaming Software Systems Limited, Endorphina Limited, Tom Horn Gaming, Kiron Interactive and Habanero Systems.

The developer declared that iGB Live, which is being organized by Clarion Gaming Limited as a combination of its previous EiG, Amsterdam Affiliate Conference and iGaming Super Show exhibitions, is certain to attract a range of figures from the iGaming industry including ‘gambling business owners, leading bookmaker experts and media companies as well as our partners.’

“The main purpose of the event is the exchange of knowledge between peers and the development of the gambling industry as an independent and regulated area,” read a statement from Slotegrator Limited.

Slotegrator Limited detailed that iGB Live is set to complement its main exhibition by offering ‘conferences conducted by leading specialists in the iGaming sector’ including Kostantinos Farris, Chief Technology Officer for Quanta Technology, and the man behind iGaming Business, Michael Caselli.

As if this wasn’t enough, Slotegrator Limited divulged that iGB Live will moreover offer attendees a master class from the International Masters of Gaming Law while its four-room iGB Live HQ training venue will utilize virtual reality technology to offer visitors the chance to take part in a series of gaming debates officiated ‘by the best speakers and other highly qualified experts.’