The Malta iGaming Seminar partners have announced that MIGS15 will be held between November 17 and 19 in St. Julian’s.
Kris Baron, Partner of Capstone Group, said: “MIGS15 will be bigger and better. We have planned to have double the amount of expo space and we’re adding an extra day, whereas we are already working hard to deliver an excellent list of high calibre speakers and topics.”
MIGS will be in its seventh year, having been established in 2008. The event has grown from strength to strength with its most recent edition, held at the Hilton Malta in St. Julian’s, attracting over 400 C-level delegates, 70 per cent of whom travelled to Malta from all over the world. Last year’s seminar was well attended, with ievery session attended very well.
Warwick Bartlett, CEO of GBGC, said: “The conference is well organized with good speakers and a polite audience who attend every session. There is no graveyard shift for speakers.”
CalvinAyre.com’s Rebecca Liggero ranked MIGS14 as one of the top ten-iGaming conferences to attend. According to Ms. Liggero the event is intimate and has top-notch speakers, which provides for interactive discussions.
MIGS15 has already attracted a host of sponsors, exhibitors and speakers. Prospects include those who attended, exhibited at, sponsored or heard about the Success of MIGS 14. Sue Schneider, Partner and in charge of content commented: “We are working on the agenda from now on to provide our loyal and prospective audience an even better line up for this year. As in the past, we will have a blockbuster line-up of speakers.”
The organisers of the popular event also announced that they would be extending the conference and adding an extra day of high profile content and networking opportunities. Mrs. Schneider continued: “By adding more content, we are adding more value to our event. We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback given to us for the organization of the seminar from authorities, delegates and sponsors and have listened to the feedback on how to make it even better.”