Tenth Eastern European Gaming Summit Sofia Bulgaria

Published Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - Online-Casinos.com
Tenth Eastern European Gaming Summit Sofia Bulgaria

The online gambling industry has many challenges and is successfully dealing with many of them with the help of expos and conferences that face the challenges head on. One jurisdiction that has been gaining momentum is the Eastern European sector which by all accounts has proven to be a profitable gambling destination.

The tenth annual Eastern European Gaming Summit is scheduled to take place this coming November 21-22nd  2017 at the Inter Expo Center, Sofia, Bulgaria. The official language of the conference is English with the first topic on the agenda being augmented reality and virtual reality tied with the technological advancements in online casino presentations.

The tenth year of the summit will include again the many timely topics affecting the eastern European online casino industry such as regulatory challenges and marketing techniques plus the economic impact of Virtual Reality offerings and the trends of Daily Fantasy Sports betting and eSports involvement.

The conference is organized by the Bulgarian Association of Manufacturers and Operators in the Gaming Industry which has focused on compliance and sharing information, experience and ideas to further the industry growth. There is the expectation that this edition of the Summit will outdo the last one and according to the feedback received from its regular delegates the ninth edition was the most successful and beneficial of all editions of the conference so far. Last year the conference attracted about 200 visitors taking part in panels and discussions that saw more than 60 seasoned professionals sharing their particular expertise with the attendees.

The latest trend in interactive casino development ‘blockchain’ is also on the discussion table with speakers talking on why blockchain and virtual currencies are the perfect match for online casinos. The discussion panel will also delve into the regulatory changes in Eastern Europe coming in May of 2018 when the new General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect.

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