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8th Annual Malta iGaming Seminar to explore issues affecting the industry

8th Annual Malta iGaming Seminar to explore issues affecting the industry
Building on the success of the 2015 event, the 2016 Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) is rolling out a clear plan for operators, suppliers, regulators and compliance executives to navigate the complex issues affecting the industry.
Malta | 06/30/2016

Building on the success of the 2015 event, the 2016 Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) is rolling out a clear plan for operators, suppliers, regulators and compliance executives to navigate the complex issues affecting the industry.

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s the most established event in the foremost jurisdiction, MiGS has a refined focus on providing the most topical sessions presented by speakers with expert knowledge, whether from within or outside the industry. MiGS historically attracts a high level of local dignitaries and professionals along with a significant delegation of globally positioned executives, making it one of the most respected events on the calendar.

As other conferences strive to promote quantity over quality, MiGS has a reputation for producing an event that provides a professional atmosphere from start to finish. Networking opportunities are held in elegant locales and thoughtfully interspersed throughout the three-day event while produced with an emphasis on fostering the informal discussions that generate relationships.

The preferred single-track conference format allows delegates to attend all sessions and provide opportunities for discussions to integrate with related topics thereby giving the event a flow not found in multi-track formats preferred at other conferences.
iGaming veteran and confirmed Conference Chair, Sue Schneider says of the 2016 MiGS: “Developed by professionals for professionals, MiGS stands alone in terms of quality of content, speakers and networking. Anyone serious about moving the industry or their operation forward will materially benefit from attending.”

The MiGS conference agenda evolves and improves year after year utilizing input from trusted authorities within the unique industry environment found in Malta, as well as from feedback of past attendees and the global industry at large.

Highlights from this year’s event include workshops on anti-money laundering (AML) directives and taxation presented by Deloitte, jurisdictional updates from the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) representative will provide useful updates on progress made over the last year towards simplifying the licensing process.

Additional conference topics will delve into those issues of prime importance to the technology and market development so vital to iGaming professionals from any sector or locale. Data protection, eSports, and player acquisition and retention strategies will all be up for discussion and debate using session formats that enhance participation so delegates walk away with a more invested perspective and actionable ideas to bring back to the office.

MiGS provides a superior showcase for brand exposure to the 400+ high-level executives with the development of unique sponsorship opportunities and creatively placed exhibitor spaces throughout the newly appointed host hotel, the Hilton Malta. Having won TripAdvisor’s 2016 Traveler’s Choice Award for Top 10 Luxury Hotels, the Hilton Malta will impress with ample space for the event to co-opt for conference sessions, high-profile sponsor and exhibitor exposure and networking options.

When over 93% of past delegates express their intention to attend the next annual instalment of an event, it puts the quality of the entire event into sharp focus. Using the irrefutable economic importance of Malta to the industry and coupling that with the most advanced conference programme, MiGS is a can’t miss event for anyone seriously invested in progressing the iGaming industry forward.

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