The Eastern European Gaming Summit will once more provide attendees with the perfect chance to assess the ever-evolving regional market.
The 12th Eastern European Gaming Summit is approaching fast and there is no doubt that the latest changes that are sweeping the industry in Eastern and Central European region are drawing massive attention from industry leaders.
The 12th edition of EEGS will be held on 19-20 November 2019 at the Inter Expo Center, Sofia.
The summit will once again provide the leading opportunity to explore all challenges in the Eastern and Central European market in the online gaming and land-based gaming industry.
“EEGS is the primary place to gain knowledge and exploit networking in this market and business domain, as well as for meeting industry leaders, get inspired by innovations, discuss the common challenges and outline industry development initiatives” said Alex Cornilov, CEO and founder of BETEGY.
“The program of EEGS covers a myriad of subjects and offers an impressive array of speakers. Even after all these years of advising gambling operators and suppliers, there is always something new for me to learn” added David Clifton, a founding director of Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited.
Networking will continue to be a crucial part of this year’s summit and the organisers will ensure that the two days summit will help all participants to build valuable relationships.
“I get really excited about EEGS attendance because I meet a lot of people, most of whom I share the same vision and mission with. Getting acquainted with crypto lawyers, entrepreneurs, marketing leaders, influencers, and analysts is really a privilege. We share the same goals,” said Oron Barder, CEO and co-founder of CoinPoint.
“I am sure that people will present and introduce many new technologies and ideas. Bulgaria, being a crypto hub, is indeed setting an example for all other Eastern European countries that should look up to it, and continue hosting similar events,” he added.
“All the speakers at previous EEGS editions are unanimous in the opinion that being a part of the Eastern European Gaming Summit means meeting stakeholders from gambling-related sectors and discuss with them the ways and tools which can help to take the industry to the next level,” said organisers.
“All have defined the conference as the most professional, topical, essential, inspiring, focusing and innovative event. This then makes the Eastern European Gaming Summit one of the most relevant hubs for obtaining the latest news about the state of development of the gambling industry in Eastern and Central Europe.”