Gambling Insider: Unique appeal of iGB Live 2018!

In your opinion what is the unique appeal of iGB Live! for you?

The decision to bring the iGaming Super Show, EiG and the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference together under one roof makes iGB Live! a one-of-a-kind event. For Connective Games, it delivers more value and appeal than many of the other conferences on the circuit. This is due, in part, to the calibre of delegate iGB Live! attracts, the quality of the speakers taking to the stage, the wide range of exhibitors and the various networking opportunities offered throughout the expo.

How are Connective Games looking to utilise the platform of iGB Live! to gain exposure for your software?

We will use iGB Live! to showcase our platform, products and services to partners old and new. iGB Live! attracts a wide range of delegates from onling aming operators across the globe, so it provides a huge opportunity to engage and converse with these people. As regulated online gambling continues to roll-out across markets such as Asia, Latin America and the USA, we see a huge opportunity to work with operators to power their online poker sites, and iGB Live! allows us to meet with the decision makers at these companies.

In addition, the conference allows us to meet with existing partners and discuss the new products we are developing, and how we can work more closely together to provide them and their players with a world-class poker and/or casino offering.

What major topics and trends are you most excited about being covered at this year’s event?

For Connective Games, it is very much about new markets in Asia, Latin America and the USA as regulatory frameworks continue to be put in place across these jurisdictions. We see a huge opportunity for poker to become one of the most popular games in these markets – skill games reign supreme in the likes of India – and we are excited to talk with delegates and experts about the progress being made in these territories.

Published by Gambling Insider, digital issue July 2018, Page 13

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