Today marks the official launch of one of the most hotly anticipated conferences this year, iGB Live 2021.
The conference runs until 1 October and features a packed agenda with over 120 iGaming providers sharing their latest products in the exhibition section, with dozens of round tables assessing the state of affairs in iGaming, including software development, affiliate marketing, and esports.
After a long period of being physically apart, iGB has decided to honour this occasion of coming together again with an apt slogan.
Held under the slogan Reconnecting iGaming, the event is sure to bring together partners and acquaintances from all over the iGaming world, and forge new business alliances, with some of the leading industry figures sharing their insight into the world of online gaming, esports, and affiliate marketing.
Spread over two days, the agenda of iGB Live! is brimming with leaders and experts from across the industry, who will share their knowledge and explore the latest trends via round tables.
The main conference will look into the latest trends while trying to predict what comes next in iGaming via a total of 11 round tables.
Participants will be reflecting on a wide array of topics such as the impact of accelerated digitization and limitations on stakes; fresh insights into the future of blockchain; creating the best multiplayer slots; or how the industry is capitalizing on the loss of live sports.
The second day will be dedicated to newly regulated and re-regulated markets, such as the Netherlands and Germany; moving away from land-based vertical; current trends in aggregation; while a separate round table will be devoted to the synergy of US and European markets.
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Meanwhile, the conference dedicated to affiliates will also feature a series of round table discussions on various topics, including navigating SEO waters, exploring whether affiliates' should be regulated the way operators and providers' are, launching new affiliate products, as well as the affiliates' role in responsible gaming.
Finally, the third section of the conference will be dedicated to esports. Via nearly a dozen round tables, participants will try to offer an overview of esports basics; layout alternative payment and withdrawal solutions in more detail; and discuss competitiveness in esports and data management in this vertical.
Of course, the conference features an entire exhibition floor, bringing together over 120 vendors, from household industry names to smaller, independent studios.
They will all try to attract as many visitors as possible, by presenting their latest products and laying out plans for the future, while offering the general public a chance to test their games and solutions.
Registrations are still open for all interested parties over at iGB Live's website.