CasinoBeats Summit doubles its attendance in 2023
The recently concluded installment of the CasinoBeats Summit attracted an audience double the size of its preceding running.
The conference’s most recent edition proved to be quite successful, achieving not only a doubling of its audience but also its exhibitors and sponsors. It gathered more than 3 thousand top industry professionals in Malta on the 23rd of May, who got to experience the event’s numerous insightful discussions and productive networking opportunities.
The conference featured more than 200 of the gambling sector’s best experts, including top names like the UKGC’s Andrew Rhodes, 7777 gaming’s Elena Shaterova, Sky Betting’s Andrew Rushgrove, among many others, who shared their insights and participated in dozens of panels covering varying topics spread throughout the summit’s six dedicated tracks.
It also featured an exhibition floor with 50 exhibiting companies, who had their offerings on display in their booths, where interested professionals could learn more about them and make new industry connections. Exhibitors were also given the opportunity to showcase their offerings at the inaugural Game Innovation Stage, where new games and ideas could be unveiled and introduced.
This year’s edition of the conference also continued offering numerous excellent networking opportunities, helping its attendees maximize their productivity. It featured many dedicated breaks and meetups, such as the Women in iGaming Breakfast and Affiliate Lunchtime Meetup, among several others spread throughout the conference’s main days.
Lastly, the summit also hosted the CasinoBeats Game Developer Awards ceremony, which celebrated numerous top companies and influential industry experts for their work and contributions.
Following its 2023 running, CasinoBeats Summit will be making a comeback in May 2024 in Malta, hosting another installment of the highly-acclaimed event. In the meantime, be sure to visit our iGaming Events page to check out other forthcoming conferences from SBC and other organizers.