CasinoBeats Malta have announced a date for their next event which will take place in March of 2020. Their first staging which took place this year was highly successful, so they’ve decided their second edition will now expand over a two-day event instead. They’ve also promised it will be packed with high-quality content and lots of networking opportunities.
CasinoBeats Look Forward to 2020
This year's CasinoBeats Malta went down an absolute storm, so it’s only natural that they want to make next year even bigger and better. They will once again bring a valuable industry insight of knowledge and sharing. Networking opportunities will of course be at the heart of the event which will be taking place in one of the industry's online gaming’s spiritual homelands.
Now, next year may seem far away, but it’s actually just around the corner. The four-track conference and two-day exhibition will take place at the Intercontinental Malta in St Julian's on March the 25th - March the 26th 2020.
CasinoBeats Malta are going bigger and better with a two-day exhibition that will take place in March of 2020.
Of course there will be hundreds of professionals attending. In fact, the event will bring together over 1,500 senior-level attendees which will come from online casinos, suppliers and even regulators.
These will also be joined by a carefully curated host of sector visionaries who will come together to discuss the challenges and opportunities for the entire industry.
There’ll Be Plenty of Insight
The Head of Casino over at LeoVegas who is James Ford took part in last year’s inaugural CasinoBeats Malta. He was on a panel that considered iGaming’s search for innovation and commenting on the June 2019 panel he said “Having three speakers from operators and three from providers gave a lot of insight because there are two sides to the story. It is interesting to see what the other side is looking at and it is good to hear their views on innovation.”
Simon Hammon who is another CasinoBeats Malta speak and also the Chief Product Officer at Relax Gaming also added “The sessions encourage discussions that you may have behind closed doors or with colleagues and you get a wider perspective. It’s a calibration of what the market is feeling.”
Bringing Content to the Conference
Robin Hutchinson, the Director at betting and gaming communications agency Square in the Air and also a sponsor of the inaugural CasinoBeats Malta said “What both CasinoBeats and SBC have done particularly well in the last couple of years is to bring proper content to conferences.”
With reference to the recent CasinoBeats Summit in London, Hutchison also added: “We’re all used to industry conferences that have big stands and a fairly formulaic way of presenting company messages but the content on display at the CasinoBeats Summit and the quality of the people there was fantastic.”
And, finally, reflecting on another step forward for CasinoBeats, Managing Director Stewart Darkin said: “We began hosting networking events in Malta in 2019, led locally by Lorena Torregrosa, our Business Development Director on the island. What we have learned is that the Malta iGaming community is vibrant and agile, with companies very keen to engage with the CasinoBeats way of doing things.”
He also added “We are very excited about returning to Malta in March, with a bigger event that reflects the desire of the island’s gaming sector to engage with thoughtful content and unrivaled networking opportunities.”
Here’s to 2020!