Two key announcements have been made as the Balkan Entertainment & Gaming Expo (BEGE Expo) and the Eastern European Gaming Summit (EEGS) prepare to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
As both BEGE and EEGS mark a decade of hosting trade events, the show organisers have made two major announcements for this year’s editions. BEGE will expand its growing floorspace across an additional hall in Sofia from 22-23 November, whilst EEGS will start one day earlier than the announced date, now taking place from 20-22 November 2017.
Over 50 leading companies from the industry have already confirmed their presence for BEGE Expo 2017 including; Novomatic, Casino Technology, EGT, Suzohapp, BetConstruct, Interblock, Merkur Gaming, APEX, Alfastreet Trade, Nsoft, JPL and CPI, as well as new participants, such as the sports betting company Bet3000 (IBA-Entertainment Ltd.), EXEFEED, Quixant, Zitro, Change Italia s.r.l., Gamebridge Casino Equipment, JCM Europe GmbH, nano Vo sp. Z o.o., Berkotech Kft. and more.
In addition to added space, BEGE Expo 2017 will also present its new special Affiliate zone this year. Following the expansion of the online business in the region, the exhibition will create space for online operators and affiliates from the region to interact and create business partnerships. Affiliate program providers will be able to book their own space in the zone and all affiliates will be admitted for free.
EEGS 2017 will start on 20th of November – one day earlier than intended to present the most recent updates from the region, including the countries Serbia, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, Albania, Slovenia, Montenegro, F.Y.R of Macedonia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Turkey and Croatia.
Separate sessions will be dedicated to Sport Challenges, Impact on gaming operators by Anti-Money Laundering Act, GDPR and online gaming. Day 3 will be focused on Tourism & Gaming, Responsible Gaming Academy and marketing topics.