The countdown for this year’s biggest iGaming exhibition and iGaming industry conference has begun. The 2017 iGaming Super Show is set to take place in Amsterdam between 11th and 14th July at the RAI. What to expect? Read on, and you will find out!
The iGaming Super Show
This year the iGaming Super Show is set to attract 4500 delegates from over 100 countries. Currently, the registration is tracking 15% increase in registered attendees YoY, which follows the same trend as other iGaming Business events that took place in the past year.
"Hundred countries, eight events, four days and one amazing iGaming Super Show. Don’t miss it!"
The 2017 edition will have 8 events in one location. These will include dedicated payments, regulation and compliance, sports betting, lottery, financial and affiliate events.
Out of the 4500 delegates, it is expected that around 35% will be operators, 32% affiliates, 28% vendors, 3% media and 2% regulators. So you can expect them to make the iGaming Super Show an event that represents the entire igaming industry.
What Else is Expected?
This year’s event will be filled with new features, and two big changes. One of them is that this year, the iGaming Super Show will take place later than usual, and the event has been moved to Ramada Apollo.
Shona O’Donnell, Event Director at iGaming Business said: "Previously the iGaming Super Show has taken place late May or early June – meaning that every second year we were isolating everyone in the industry that works in the sports betting sector. The move to July means that we have found a permanent ‘home’ for the iGaming Super Show. The event has always been a place where everyone in the industry could gather to do business, and it was important to us that we were not holding an event over an extremely busy period for a lot of our delegates."
Ramada Apollo is right next to Rembrandt Park and ring road. It takes only 15 minutes by public transport to the center of Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport. A shuttle bus will be organized, and it will run between the Ramada Apollo and the Amsterdam RAI.
This big move was a tough decision but Novotel hotel simply did not have enough space to be the official location for the 2017 event.
O’Donnell also added: "The Ramada is slightly further out, but we will be running shuttle buses from the hotel to the conference venue. And if you do want to stay at the Novotel, there are still few rooms available there."
So yes, let’s continue with the countdown, we at AskGamblers are sure that this will be one amazing iGaming event, and the best one we have seen so far.