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Online gambling meeting boosted by big time names

A recent online casinos press release has confirmed that leading online casinos personalities will speak out at EiG Barcelona conference and expo.

“One offline event that is a ‘must attend’” is how Mitch Garber, CEO of one of the top online casinos described EiG 2006 this week. The fifth annual European i-Gaming Congress & Expo, taking place at the CCIB in Barcelona, Spain over 11-13 October, is set to be one of the most incisive and influential talking shops to date, with organizers Clarion ATE unveiling a host of senior executives drawn from the world’s leading online casinos operators and online casinos suppliers amongst its long list of speakers.

Making keynote presentations alongside Garber will be Jon Anderson, CEO of one of the top online casinos firms, Yishai Habari, Detlef Train, Brian O’Sullivan, Douglas Roos, the CEO of another major online casinos firm, Mark Blandford, Executive Director of a huge online casinos sports betting enterprise and John Delaney.
Joining the strong line-up of operators are some of the biggest supplier names: Roger Raatgever, CEO of an online casinos gaming firm, Michael Starzynski, Chief Technology Officer at another top online casinos gaming firm and Robert Riopelle, Vice President – Business Development at another top firm..

High on the online casinos meeting agenda of hot topics will be discussions on legal/regulatory frameworks, with specific reference to recent arrests in the United States, and the online casinos industry’s reaction and concerns. In-depth debate will also cover a diverse range of areas including iTV, promotion through sporting events, the latest market intelligence gathering and analysis techniques, affiliate marketing, payment processing, combating fraud, mobile gambling, sports betting, racing updates, cross-border gambling in the EU, state monopolies, casual games, post-boom poker, IPO trends, igaming/entertainment industry convergence and multi-platform lotteries.

Garber commented on the forthcoming congress: “The success of last year’s EiG conference, attended by scores of executives, tells us something about the global licensed and regulated online gaming industry. Online delegates have an excellent opportunity to hear from and meet with operators and regulators from across the industry and around the world. Networking is of paramount importance in any industry and EiG is a truly valuable event for online gaming.”

Anderson added: “The EiG Congress is the most important industry event as regards Europe. It’s a great opportunity to meet all the industry leaders and keep in touch with the latest technology, ideas and opportunities.”

With a projected attendance of 1 000 or more drawn from more than 25 countries and representing the majority of the online casinos industry’s top 50 companies, EiG 2006 will offer visitors its largest showcase to date with over 50 exhibitors taking space in an area almost twice the size of last year’s expo component.
The online casinos industry remains under much scrutiny because of recent arrests and it is abundantly clear that this industry meeting and conference will do a good job in at least boosting the spirits of the perhaps battered executives.

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