he organisers have confirmed that in addition to the new location, significant improvements will be made to the event to help build on the success from the 2010 show.
The iGaming Super Show is unique in the online gambling industry in that it is targeted at both the business to business side of iGaming as well as the affiliate industry. It will continue on its winning formula and be completely free of charge for all delegates; the inaugural event in 2010 attracted over 2,500 delegates ranging from regulators and vendors through to operators and affiliates making it the biggest iGaming event to date.
"We were really pleased with the 2010 event and wanted to build on this success by moving the event to a more central location to increase delegate numbers as well as make some key changes to the event itself" Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business commented. "We have added in a new VIP networking program, focused on the B2B content early on, moved the two expo zones into one room, chosen a more central and modern venue, and will be significantly investing in getting the best delegates to the event".
In addition to these changes the iGaming Super Show will also be hosting what is expected to be the biggest networking event the industry has ever seen. The closing party will be the 50th birthday party of Bodog founder and iGaming entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, and open to all delegates attending the iGaming Super Show.