ith new legislation in draft for Ireland permitting 40 new casinos, many new categories of gaming machines and now allowing commercial bingo halls, 2014 promises to make Ireland truly the opportunity of the decade for existing and future operators.
Operators and those companies considering the Irish market can expect to see some of the leading names in the international gambling industry converge on Dublin in early March for the most informative event for the Irish industry. It goes without saying that the unique Irish hospitality comes to the fore in the event making the show a very sociable event, yet a business atmosphere renowned for simply getting business done.
The Irish Gaming show also has a conference element to update all attendees on the impending changes in the Irish gambling regulatory environment with a specific emphasis on the unparalleled opportunities for new and old operators alike.
Legislation has not been materially updated in Ireland for almost 60 years but expect to see Ireland adopt international best practice in licensing, machine operation, casino operation and all other areas of gambling in the Republic of Ireland.
Exhibition space is selling fast and available on a first come first served basis with additional market insights available to exhibitors not normally given to exhibitors. These include market analyses and assistance where required for selling in the Irish market.