Next November, Malta will host the SiGMA event to boost the iGaming sector in Europe.
Malta.- Summit of iGaming Malta –SiGMA– is bringing to Malta the best opportunity to boost the iGaming market with unique expos, conferences, affiliate programs, speakers, exhibitions and networking activities from November 16th to 19th. Over 60 speakers, 100 exhibitors and 3000 visitors have confirmed its presence in Malta’s introduction of the treasure-trove of prospects that the country has to offer to remote gaming companies.
The European country has recently gained the label of the “Silicon Vally” of the iGaming industry, as SiGMA founders Dennis Dhyr Hansen and Eman Pulis can confirm and the major event will only reinforce the position of the sector. Malta is the perfect market for iGaming businesses due to its legal and financial legal regulations. Malta prides itself in a solid regulatory framework, with favourable tax benefits and a government that has conventionally acknowledged, understood and reinforced the remote gaming industry in the countless trials and tribulations and opportunities.
The Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA), Malta Enterprise, the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) and the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) all collaborate to guarantee the needs of gaming companies based and licensed in Malta adhered to. SiGMA’s main target is to expand the industry, which already operates around 300 iGaming companies thanks to the substantial investment made in creating prime office spaces for said companies to operate in.
Malta also has the bragging rights for having a hard-working, multilingual workforce with an unshakeable work ethic. The number of people in Malta directly employed within the iGaming industry now tallies to over 9,000 and is set to grow even further thanks to the development of tailor-made academic and training courses, arming the workforce with the exact skills needed to prosper in the gaming profession. SiGMA is the perfect event to discover an emergent market to build new quality businesses.