Cyprus is hosting its first gaming show
The event will take place from May 8-9 at the Kaya Artemis Resort and Casino.
Cyprus.- Eventus International, highly renowned organisers of gaming events in Africa, has announced their first show in Cyprus from May 8-9 at the Kaya Artemis Resort and Casino, Bafra, North Cyprus. Cyprus Gaming Show will offer latest opportunities in the region for land-based and iGaming industries.
To gaming operators, Northern Cyprus presents a fertile gateway to the gaming markets of Turkey, Russia, Israel, Western Europe and the Middle East. The Cyprus Gaming trade show and conference takes place against the backdrop of a steadily growing global gambling market forecasted to be worth an aggregate US$635 billion by 2022. Software and technology companies, regulators, attorneys, operators, media, payment solution providers, and investors, understanding that the gambling and iGaming market is dynamic and rapidly changing for consumer demand, look forward to attending the Cyprus Gaming show in an effort to stay ahead of the curve.
Yudi Soetjiptadi, Eventus International’s project director, commented: “This event will be attended by leaders and innovators in the gaming industry to learn, network, and identify the business opportunities the region has to offer – and the product and services that will best enable their business success. Our mission is to deliver a platform for all gaming-related businesses to equip themselves with the tools that will allow them to thrive for years to come.”
The Cyprus Gaming Show will feature forward thinking presentations focusing on anti-money laundering and keeping gaming crime free. Next generation gaming will be discussed on how to maintain global competitiveness in a fast changing Eastern Mediterranean gaming landscape. Experts will share insight and advice on how to move gaming initiatives forward by keeping pace with technological advancements and meeting customer expectations. Revolutionary ideas will be debated regarding online offerings and delivering the best omni-channel experience to customers.
Furthermore, sports betting and e-sports will be contemplated, managing the potential versus integrity based risk. Entertainment marketing in the gambling industry will be addressed by suggesting new tools for promotion and attracting new and untapped markets.