SPiCE International 2023 has been brought to a close

SPiCE International 2023 has been brought to a close

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SPiCE International 2023 has been brought to a close

The third and final day of the recent edition of SPiCE International provided attendees with a productive set of experiences.

The conference’s third day continued providing attendees with top-notch discussions on the emerging technologies, trends, and innovations in the worldwide online gambling industry. The event’s main stage featured lots of esteemed professionals who shared their invaluable insights, further building on the conference’s productive atmosphere established by the proceeding two days.

SPiCE International 2023’s last day started off with a speech by Viktoria Soltesz, who talked about the positive impact of the crypto sector on the online gambling industry. She shared her insights on the benefits of integrating cryptocurrencies in online casinos and highlighted the technology’s worldwide reach as part of the keynote.

The day’s first discussion panel was then kicked off, featuring the topic of how the conference’s host city, Dubai, could one day become an international hub for the gambling sector. The discussion featured top industry professionals who talked about the city’s ever-growing tourism space and how it could benefit gambling firms.

The conference then hosted a few more discussions focusing on various innovative technologies and trends in the gambling sector, such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and eSports wagering, providing attendees with plenty of invaluable insights.

Following this successful edition, SPiCE International will be making a comeback for a second annual installment in 2024. Register for the event’s upcoming edition on its website. Additionally, visit our iGaming Events page to explore other forthcoming gambling summits.

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