|Co-organisers, ATE and River City Group believe that the fresh surroundings will bring added vitality to conference proceedings as well as enhanced opportunities to boost the exhibition component of EiG, which will now host around 30 key suppliers to the iGaming sector. Exhibition-only badges will be available for those who don’t wish to participate in the seminar fixture list.|
An extended seminar and workshop programme has been introduced offering delegates even greater opportunities to pick and choose from a wide selection of topics under discussion over three days. Furthermore, an opening-night reception, middle-night drinks reception and two networking lunches will allow participants to carry on discussions more informally on a one-to-one basis with key industry movers.
ATE’s Penny Gruber remarked: “EiG has grown from strength to strength and the new venue will not only provide an ideal backdrop for the event – Nice and the French Riviera are after all renowned for their warm welcome, hospitality and ability to host major business and tourist events – but also allows us to stage a larger floor display of the latest products, services and innovations.”
Sue Schneider of River City Group added: “With an extensive list of huge industry names, putting forward their arguments on highly topical issues and in-depth case studies, it’s patently clear that EiG is now firmly established as the must-attend event for the remote gaming industry in Europe and we are expecting to see significant growth in delegate numbers yet again this year.”
EiG 2005 is being supported by the EBA (European Betting Association), eCOGRA (e-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance), IGC (Interactive Gaming Council), International Masters of Gaming Law and the newly formed RGA (Remote Gambling Association).
For more information and contact details for delegate/expo bookings, seminar speakers/programme and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.eigexpo.com