EiG (Excellence in iGaming)

2016-10-18 - 2016-10-20
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+44 (0)20 7384 8120
We have been working closely with our newly formed Excellence in iGaming (EiG) Advisory Board, over 70 of the world?s leading gaming experts, to bring you a completely different experience this year.Liberate your mind on our exceptional learning programme, Think. Touch, feel and explore the most innovative products and technologies and meet with fellow iGamers through a variety of networking and social events.Host to all the trend-setters and start ups in the digital world, the leading investors, venture capitalists, regulators and international gaming operators, and taking place at the uber cool Arena Berlin, EiG offers a fresh, integrated experience with a one price for all entry pass.Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pmPrice: Super Early Bird: ?499, Early Bird: ?699, Standard: ?749
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Anybody who are interested
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Adam Tanner, Fellow, Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University, Anthony McAuslan, Director of Gaming, RoyalWins, Birgitte Sand, Director, Danish Gambling Authority, Chris North, CEO and Co-Founder, GamCrowd, David Sargeant, Founder, iGaming Ideas, Don Daglow, CEO, Daglow Entertainment LLC, Dorothy Creaven, Founder and CEO, Element Wave, Frederic Chesnais, CEO, Atari, Gili Lisani, CEO, PariPlay, Heiko Hubertz, CEO, BigPoint, Juan Espinosa, Deputy General Director, Gambling Regulation DGOJ - Spanish Gambling Authority, Mathias Dahms, Founder and CEO, BetterBet Sportwetten GmbH, Phil Holmes, Vice President, Transformation, Atlantic Lottery Corporation, Rasmus Sojmark, CEO SBC, Richard Ridge, Senior UX Designer, Betfair, Scott Rigby, Founder and CEO, Immersyve

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