|February 13, 2007 (New York, US) – Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces the Casino Affiliate Convention (www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com) and Gaming Marketing Conference will be held on May 3-5, 2007 in Amsterdam at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel.|
For the past five years the Amsterdam Casino Affiliate Convention (www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com) has covered European marketing and advertising for the casino, poker, bingo and sportsbook industry. It has become the largest convention and exposition on gaming marketing and advertising, with the largest collection of online gaming affiliates ever assembled in one room.
Since the passage of the US Anti-Online Gambling Law in 2006, Europe has become the major marketing focus for the online gaming industry. Over 250 European affiliates attended the 2006 event last year in Amsterdam of which many were super-affiliates.
CAC2007 Amsterdam (www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com) is expected to be larger than any previous year. Topics discussed include: SEO to E.U. countries, poker marketing, gaming software, mobile affiliate marketing, and other important European marketing subjects.
The exhibit hall for the 2007 Amsterdam Casino Affiliate Convention is completely sold out. Additional exhibit space was added last week, which was sold out immediately. Currently, there is a waiting list of companies seeking to exhibit at the upcoming event. Ladbrokes, William Hill, CPays and Casino Partners are some of the major sponsors.
To serve the Asian affiliate market, the company is planning a Casino Affiliate Convention in Macao, PR China the last week of November 2007. Recent reports show that Macao is now larger than Las Vegas in gambling revenue.
For more information:
please visit the website www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com or contact
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Tel: USA +1 (212) 722-1744 ext 72
Fax: USA +1 (208) 728-6456
Casino Affiliate Convention, L.D.C.
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