International edition
September 22, 2020

Clarion Gaming said it was the biggest one

EiG ended a successful 2009 edition

(UK).- Clarion Gaming announced yesterday the figures for EiG 2009. They report that the exhibition was approximately 25% larger than last year, with 10 more exhibition stands and many repeat clients enlarging their stands for increased exposure.

The buzz on the expo floor was even greater in 2009 because all the sessions and networking took place on one floor, increasing traffic and encouraging meetings throughout the day,” comments Clarion Gaming’s Sponsorship Manager, Michelle Dencer-Brown. 

“There has also been a lot of interest in our new forward schedule of events for next year and a great take up of over 50% re-bookings for EiG 2010, thanks to our clients’ experience at EiG this year.”

Clarion Gaming report delegate numbers are up too, and attendees have surpassed the 1,300 mark seen at EiG 2008, with over 1,500 registered for the conference.  This takes it to near the levels last seen at GiGSE at its peak, and the organisers point out it shows that the industry is now thriving once again and using EiG as its focal point.

Over 100 speakers were eventually confirmed for the programme, making it the biggest and most comprehensive iGaming learning forum in the world by a large margin. “The quality and integrity of our programme is unparalleled at EiG, and will be a benchmark for all our conferences in 2010.  There is no doubt that the chance to hear from over 25 CEOs, international business gurus and recognised industry trend-setters is what helps attract so many delegates and keeps the whole experience fresh and innovative each year,” says Ewa Bakun, Programme and Content Manager at Clarion Gaming.

The international aspect also remains impressive, with over 60 countries again represented.  “iGaming is a global industry, so it is extremely important that this aspect is representative at EiG,” comments Yeemay Huang, Marketing and Communications Executive at Clarion Gaming.

Summing up, Mark Walker, Global Head of Conferences at Clarion Gaming says, “The sheer size and scale of EiG shows that it continues to be the one-stop shop for the whole iGaming industry. Every aspect of the market was here to network, learn and do business including affiliates, networks, operators, suppliers of every type of service and solution, brand owners, banks, consultants, lawyers, regulators and politicians.”

While diversity is key to EiG, the one thing everyone had in common was their level of decision making power, with almost everyone in attendance a strategy setter or budget holder. 

“The size and scope is impressive, but the quality of attendees is probably what sets EiG apart as the most important calendar event of the year for iGaming companies. We now look forward to an even bigger success in 2010, concluded Mark.

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