Next year's lineup from Clarion
The large number of conference and expo events available to the online gambling industry is underlined this week by a statement from Clarion Gaming outlining its plans for 2010.
2010 schedule of Clarion Gaming conferences:
Combating Cybercrime, 26th January, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London
Win the battle against cybercrime by listening to practical experience from over 20 recognised experts. Join 150 + international anti-fraud specialists at the 6th annual Combating Cybercrime Conference.
Asian iGaming Congress (AiG), 9-11th March, Manila, Philippines
Meet the top people in Asian iGaming. AiG provides an exclusive environment to network and do business with current and future partners.
Backed by the licensing authority and master licensee in the Philippines, AiG offers a well-connected launch pad to secure key contacts and business in Asia.
World Gambling Briefing (WGB), 24-25th March, Malta
World Gambling Briefing focuses on the tangible shifts in policy around the world to highlight where opportunities exist, the nature of those opportunities and how to take advantage of them. Over 150 attendees, 2 days, 15+ sessions, 30+ speakers makes WGB an unmissable annual meeting for everyone involved in building a global business and exploiting unpredictable opportunities as they arise.
BetMarkets, World Poker Congress, Bingo Business, eCasino Conference – together at iGaming360, 28-30th April, Madrid, Spain
Bringing the worlds of sports betting, bingo, poker and casino together, iGaming 360 builds on the success of BetMarkets and WPC to deliver complete networking and learning opportunities in the spring, immediately prior to the football World Cup in South Africa. Over 500 attendees, 3 days, 40+ sessions, 70+ speakers, all 4 gaming sectors result in iGaming360 being the major networking, business deal-making, learning and development programme for the first half of 2010.
GiGSE, 12-13th May, location tbc
One of the original and most popular conference and expo get-togethers, with the prospect of a regulkated US market on the horizon and renewed interest in the North American region.
Latin American iGaming Congress (LAiG), -1st - 2nd September, Uruguay
Latin America is an emerging powerhouse that has performed well through the recession. It has a huge domestic gambling market, benefits from increasingly good connectivity to the web, and actively seeks investment. A potentially potent platform to successfully offer gaming services to a significant market.
European iGaming Congress (EiG), 19-21st October, Copenhagen
Europe-focused EiG is the benchmark for any gaming conference in the world. It offers an unparalleled range and depth of topics to learn about, from high-level strategic debates to tactics for increasing player loyalty. At EiG, businesses are regularly launched, strategies set for the year ahead, reputations built and life-time connections made. EiG is there to be a practical tool for the industry to leverage for networking and learning, so their next year is more successful than the last. With 35 of the Power 50, over 140 CEOs, 1500 attendees, 35+ sessions, 110+ speakers, 70 exhibition stands and the chance to meet every important iGaming professional in the industry the numbers speak for themselves.
Technology, Innovation and Security in Gaming (TISiG), 30th November – 1st December, Guernsey
Evolving from the popular and growing Combating Cybercrime conference, TISiG is a 2 day event that looks at all the most important aspects of building a strong, scalable and successful online gaming business from behind the scenes.