Boutique gaming event organizer European Gaming Media and Events has announced that its three-day Vienna International Gaming Expo 2018 will kick off from the afternoon of May 30 offering attendees a trio of dedicated conferences alongside a plethora of networking opportunities.
The second annual edition of the Vienna International Gaming Expo, the 2018 extravaganza is to be held at the 11,614 sq ft ballroom attached to the Melia Vienna hotel inside Vienna’s tallest skyscraper, DC Tower 1, and will present iGaming operators and service providers from over 60 nations with a range of networking, deal-making and learning opportunities.
European Gaming Media and Events stated that its Vienna International Gaming Expo 2018 is set to begin on the Wednesday with a welcome drinks reception from 4pm offering attendees the chance to ‘enjoy the company of industry peers on a beautiful terrace with views to Danube Island and the sunset’.
“The session grants you the opportunity to pick up your badge early and meet your network before the full conference kicks off,” read an official press release from European Gaming Media and Events.
The Vienna International Gaming Expo 2018 action is subsequently due to continue on the Thursday with the iGaming Knowledge Seminar from 10am where attendees will be able to hear from a range of respected industry experts on issues as diverse as compliance, fraud detection, match-fixing and customer retention. The May 31 session is to moreover encompass a live innovation talk covering virtual and augmented reality matters as well as casino technology, new sports and artificial intelligence concerns before concluding with an official networking party.
The final day of the Vienna International Gaming Expo 2018, June 1, will see specialists gather from 10am for the Millennial Gaming Forum to discuss eSports, virtual sports and daily fantasy sports topics while an ensuing cruise down the Danube will offer attendees a further chance to network.
“It is a meeting ground for networking and deal-making while also being a hub for the gaming industry, regulators, third parties, media and industry leaders,” read the release from European Gaming Media and Events.
Alongside the talks and networking events, the Vienna International Gaming Expo 2018 will furthermore feature a 35-booth demonstration zone where innovators will be able to showcase their latest online gambling wares. European Gaming Media and Events declared that confirmed participants already encompass All-In Translations, MailMike, Rombet and BetConstruct while it envisages this offering selling out ‘based on the interest shown by attending companies’.
“[We] are aware of a fully-packed calendar and [we] encourage operators and service providers of the gambling industry to take part in the event,” read the release from European Gaming Media and Events.