he gathering especially designed for the sports betting, poker and casino world will take place on Monday May 16 at the Waldorf Hilton, London and promises to deliver to every attendee practical tips on the adoption and usage of downloadable gaming apps. There will be a full exploration of the key benefits new browser applications have to offer business that are ready to be directed onto a whole new level of engagement with its customer base
The buoyancy of the European smartphone market in 2012 cannot be questioned with large scale online operators talking openly about the staggering rises in mobile betting volumes and principal researchers predicting the mobile gambling industry to be worth 27.5 billion within the next two years.
Awedacity’s Director Julie Garvin said “With the steady growth in consumer smartphone adoption ever more apparent, mobile users are becoming increasingly comfortable with m-commerce and its capabilities. The need for a forum for those wishing to engage in this highly lucrative delivery channel is clear and there really is no more time to waste for those looking for a foothold in.”
Windsor Holden, Principal Analyst from Juniper Research and Chairman on the day commented “It is fair to say that the surge in adoption in consumer smartphones has provided the catalyst to reinvigorate mobile gambling; it has also delivered an opportunity to enable the gambling industry both to increase its returns from its existing clientele and to reach demographics that have previously been untapped by other channels, whether physical or digital.”
Representatives from leading betting operators William Hill, Ladbrokes and Betfair will be attending as speakers to discuss just why smartphone technology is a sure bet to increase mobile gaming and customer activity imparting their experiences to date in the market together with cutting edge web developers, researchers and manufacturing experts at the very top of their game.
As the popularity of mobile gambling increases, so does the demand for innovation - the industry is moving forward and it is time for all to move with it.For further information or to view further details about this time critical forum go to www.mobilegamingtech.co.uk