|The remote gaming industry converged on France last week as over 800 attendees participated in the last weeks fourth annual EiG Congress and Expo organised by Clarion ATE & River City Group. |
Some of the biggest names and industry experts in iGaming were present to debate the key issues facing the igaming market today. Richard Segal, CEO of PartyGaming, opened the event with topics on advising on the pros and cons on floating an iGaming business, news about the launch of new products for their 9million poker players and new distribution opportunities using mobile devices which the company had planned.
The seminar programme continued for the following two days, with presentations on topics such as Strategies, Polices, Product and Market Overviews, Costs and Opportunities. In addition there was a wealth of new information available on the skill gaming, opening into Eastern European markets and iTV.
Run along side the seminar programme was a 41 stand exhibition, which showcased new products and services for the i-gaming industry.
”River City Group and Clarion ATE are delighted by both the size and depth of quality of the attendees list of this year’s EiG. The European igaming market appears to come of age and sees continued growth, driven by large investments and truly innovative product solutions across the supply chain. Events like EiG help steer this process and we will look to match the growth of the market with an even bigger and better event next year,” Peter Rusbridge CEO of ATE, and Sue Schneider of River City Group, commented.