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MGA confirms its support for MIGS 2015

MGA confirms its support for MIGS 2015
The Malta iGaming Seminar (MIGS) organizing committee has confirmed that the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) will support the conference for the 7th consecutive year. 
Malta | 06/18/2015

The Malta iGaming Seminar (MIGS) organizing committee has confirmed that the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) will support the conference for the 7th consecutive year. 

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he organizing committee also launched a new interactive website (http://www.maltaigamingseminar.com/) together with a new corporate identity.
 
MIGS has now become one of the most important events in the calendar of events of the gaming industry. Last year, the conference attracted over 400 delegates, 65% of whom travelled from mainland Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East.  MIGS today is renowned for bringing together the best from the industry to contribute to the high profile discussions and presentations.
 
The Malta Gaming Authority, which is the regulatory body responsible for the governance of all gaming activities in Malta, has been the main supporter of the conference from the very beginning since 2008.   
 
Speaking of their continued support, Joseph Cuschieri, Executive Chairman of the Malta Gaming Authority said, “MIGS has not only played an important role in promoting the Malta Gaming industry over the years but has also placed the country on the international  gaming map, as a destination to attend a top level iGaming conference that attracts international executives. We proudly look forward to supporting MIGS for yet another year, in Nov 2015.”
 
MiGS 2015 promises to be one of the most informative and interactive conferences of its kind.  The programme, which has already attracted several international high profile speakers, will keep those interested in this global industry abreast with international topics and latest trends.
 
The conference is an ideal opportunity for executives to understand the potential of obtaining a gaming license in Malta, a credible jurisdiction better known as Europe’s iGaming Capital.  Ms. Sue Schneider, Partner of MIGS Limited, said, “It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that the Malta Gaming Authority has confirmed that it will support MIGS 2015. Without MGA’s continued support over the last seven years, we would not be able to offer such a quality event.”

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