CasinoBeats Summit 2022 is expected to give delegates in Malta greater opportunities for input and to connect with the high-level speakers than ever before, thanks to a selection of new conference session formats.
The summit at the Intercontinental in St Julian’s on 24th to 26th May is set to bring together the international online casino industry for three days of knowledge sharing and networking, along with the opportunity to get a first look at the next generation of games and technology.
The agenda will address many of the key issues influencing product development, examine the industry’s leadership challenges, deliver ideas for effective marketing strategies in an increasingly competitive sector, and evaluate the best emerging market opportunities.
Summit organiser SBC has again assembled the type of high-quality speaker line-up that is the hallmark of its events, with Dainis Niedra (COO, Enlabs | Entain), Melanie Hainzer (CMO, Rootz), Ariel Reem (CEO, Genesis Global), Joseph Attard (managing director, Entain, Malta), Mery Blomqvist (CMO, Ellmount Group) and Cristiano Blanco (CPO, ComeOn Group) among those on the roster.
But that select group of senior executives and product specialists will not be the only people contributing to the discussions.
All the sessions on the leadership and marketing tracks will be audience led, with delegates able to contribute questions to the expert panels in advance and also to share their experiences and ideas during the discussions in the conference room.
The two-day global casino track will open on the morning of 25 May with a selection of eight roundtable discussions, during which leading igaming industry experts will take questions about the opportunities in new and emerging markets, such as Brazil, Canada, Japan, and India.
The product-focused slots and live casino content will be presented in a more traditional conference panel format, until the afternoon of 26th May when attention will turn to that evening’s CasinoBeats Game Developer Awards.
Each of the short-listed companies in the Game Innovation category will present their titles live on stage, before delegates have the chance to vote on which studio will emerge triumphant at the ceremony.
Rasmus Sojmark, founder and CEO of SBC, said: “We’re excited to present a speaker line-up packed with some of the most influential people in the world of iGaming at CasinoBeats Summit.
“But equally, we know that many members of our audience have a lot to offer and by creating these formats that allow greater participation in the conference, all attendees will benefit from a wider spectrum of insights and ideas.”
In addition to the conference, CasinoBeats Summit delegates can look forward to seeing the latest games and industry technology from a host of innovative suppliers in the exhibition hall at the InterContinental, and enjoying three evening networking parties in some of Malta’s most stylish venues.
InterContinental St Julians Hotel
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