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Budapest to host Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference

Budapest to host Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference
The second edition of the event will be held at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus and it will bring together online gambling experts, operators and gaming developers to explore networking opportunities in the region.
Hungary | 07/18/2017

The second edition of the event will be held at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus and it will bring together online gambling experts, operators and gaming developers to explore networking opportunities in the region.

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he theme of the 2017 event is “Unfinished Business: Dare to attend” and it will focus on the Latest Innovations, Hot Topics, Eastern and Central European market updates and a special focus on the Balkans.

During the first day of the conference, the topics of the panel sessions will include: an analysis of the growth of regulated markets in the Eastern European region; the presentation of a report about the current status of gaming markets in Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina and talks about trends such as the introduction of cryptocurrencies.

The second day, the agenda will be completely focused on the sports betting industry in light of the celebration of the Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in 2018.

The Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) is aiming to bring an opportunity to harvest a wealth of information about the hot topics and trends which shape the industry in 2017 and will look towards the future awaited regulatory updates.

"The year 2018 will have two main highlighted events in the calendar, the Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup. Given the fact that competition is getting the market really crowded, we are anticipating a busy year for operators, software providers and affiliates. The whole industry is already making marketing plans in order to be the top brand which will attract the large volumes.

While top affiliate companies are already gearing up and gathering assets in order to stay ahead in the sports betting segment, a large part of the affiliate industry is already negotiating with the operators in providing a quality bonus structure for the 2 main events. We are creating this panel to give a voice for affiliates who can address their direct messages for the operators in order to facilitate a conversation about the do’s and don’ts of marketing such large events," pointed out the organizers.

 

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