|March 11, 2004, London, UK – On June 3rd, 2004 existing Internet gaming (iGaming) operators, suppliers, analysts and those considering opening an iGaming business will descend on the grounds of London’s Natural History Museum for the only iGaming event specifically focused on choosing a Government licensed gaming jurisdiction - the iGaming Jurisdiction Pageant.|
The iGaming Jurisdiction Pageant will showcase some of the world’s major iGaming jurisdictions, including Malta and Alderney, in a like-by-like comparison addressing key information including telecommunications infrastructure & facilities, company law, policy & taxation, and specific iGaming licensing facts.
“The event is unique because of its focus. There isn’t a more efficient way for iGaming executives to find out about licensing requirements, hosting and bandwidth costs, set-up costs etc. associated with different jurisdictions,” commented Michael Caselli, iGaming specialist.
“The event isn’t just for people looking to get a license, it’s for people who want to compare what they’ve currently got with what else is out there so they can stay competitive into the future,” continued Caselli.
The iGaming Jurisdiction Pageant will also provide a forum for executives to meet with the regulators and representatives from each jurisdiction face-to-face in the sublime setting of London’s Natural History Museum.
iGaming Jurisdiction Pageant
Hosted & Presented by: iGaming Business magazine & Lyceum Media
Thursday, June 3rd
9:30 - 5:30
The Natural History Museum, London
For more information:
Lyceum Media London
+44 (0) 207 828 2244