Casinobeats summit 2019

As the Casinobeats summit 2021 heads into its second day, attendees can look forward to an exciting day, where over 60 experts, including senior executives from leading companies such as 888, Betsson, Casumo and Entain will present insights and ideas.

There will also be 11 in-depth conference sessions, with six to be live-streamed and five as digital sessions. The latest innovations from the 12 interactive product display booths will be presented, and there will also be networking opportunities for attendees to connect with the biggest players in the iGaming and online casino industry.

For those having missed out on any event or session on Wednesday, Casinobeats attendees can catch up any time “on-demand” via the event platform.

Providing a briefing for the second day of the event, the company explained it would be a “carefully curated content and networking” offering.

As the first major event of the year dedicated to the online casino industry, the summit has attracted huge interest from operators and the attendee list includes representatives from bet365, Betpoint Group, Betsson, Betway, Casumo, ComeOn, Flutter, Genesis Global, Hero Gaming, Karamba, L&L Europe, LeoVegas, Novibet, Twin, Videoslots, and Wildz.

The central theme of the conference agenda is iGaming development, innovation and strategy, and there are content tracks focused on the next generation of slots, the latest products, and the changing face of online casino marketing strategies.

Once the conference element of the event is over, attention will turn to the inaugural CasinoBeats Game Developer Awards ceremony.

To tie in with Malta’s status as a centre of excellence for the games development industry, the awards are reportedly designed to celebrate those behind the best titles of the past 12 months and the judges will look beyond commercial success to recognise the most creative and innovative teams across 14 categories.

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