Fifth Malta iGaming Seminar November 12-13 2013

Published Sunday, November 03, 2013 -
Fifth Malta iGaming Seminar November 12-13 2013

Malta has a reputation for being one of the world’s leading internet gambling jurisdictions. That being said Malta has many attributes that make it an ideal setting for the online gambling industry. Coming this November 12th and 13th 2013 Malta will host the The Malta iGaming Seminar for 2013. The five star hotel Le Méridien St Julians Hotel & Spa in Malta combines the charm of a boutique hotel and the relaxing feel of a Spa resort. It is centrally located on a gorgeous promenade bordering the cosmopolitan towns of Sliema & St. Julians.

Key objectives of the event are to provide a platform to the iGaming industry to discuss trending topics, to network with peers in the industry and to explore Malta as an ideal jurisdiction to build a business. Learning from the experience of those in the know to gain a keen understanding of the needs and requirements for a successful online gambling business based in Malta.

Raphael Arnold spokesperson for Netrefer said, “Malta has become a true home for the gaming industry due to the competence of the regulatory bodies in Malta that have set benchmarks in the Gaming Industry. Loyal employees, highly educated population as well as lower operational costs have been a key to NetRefer’s success”

Unusual topics such as Bitcoin use will be discussed at length as well as an update on the European Union and American legislative changes on online gambling. Social gaming and the way forward will be on the agenda with discussion on the future of social gaming and how it is effecting the iGaming industry.

The seminar will feature a range of international speakers, a different, revamped agenda and a revised format that will make the event more interactive, interesting and complete. This is the will be the fifth year for this event which is sure to be even more comprehensive in delivering key topics to decision makers, executives and major players in their respective businesses.

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